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    text edition

    Hello every body,

    I have prepared a manuscript and I want to improve its grammar.
    I would appreciate you if help me in this order.
    Please just help me to remove grammatical errors and make it a little more fluent.
    The text includes around 6500 words.
    Please let me know if you wanted help me.

    Best,
    Mehdi

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    Re: text edition

    Quote Originally Posted by mehdisadeghi View Post
    Hello everybody,
    Hello Mehdi, and welcome to the forum.

    Quote Originally Posted by mehdisadeghi View Post
    I have prepared a manuscript and I want to improve its grammar.
    I would appreciate it if you if can help me in this regard. order.
    Please just help me to remove grammatical errors and make it a little more fluent.
    The text includes around 6500 words.
    Please let me know if you wanted help me.
    When is the deadline for submitting your manuscript, and who will you submit it to?

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    Quote Originally Posted by teechar View Post
    Hello Mehdi, and welcome to the forum.


    When is the deadline for submitting your manuscript, and who will you submit it to?
    Hi teechar,

    Thank you for your quick answer.
    I want it as soon as possible.
    I don't want to submit it yet. Its a primary draft and I want to send it to my professor.
    I want make it fluent and free of any grammatical error.

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    Re: text edition

    Please read the following extract from the forum rules:

    Proofreading

    We are a language discussion forum and do not offer a free proofreading service. You are free to put texts up for people to look at, but there is no guarantee that they will be proofread. If it's a short text, people will usually help. Most teachers get enough marking and correction at work, so some requests may not get done.

    It make also take time before anyone does it, so posting something that requires urgent attention is not advisable. Allow people time- they are coming here in their free time out of interest.
    Proofreading is a time-consuming activity, and if you need things done urgently, there are plenty of pay sites that will meet your need.
    6,500 words sounds like a long chunk of text to me.

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    Re: text edition

    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_KE View Post
    Please read the following extract from the forum rules:



    6,500 words sounds like a long chunk of text to me.

    Ups

    I can decrease it with removing some parts.

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    Re: text edition

    What subject are you studying?

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    Re: text edition

    Its on computer science.
    But I just want a simple grammatical edition

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    Re: text edition

    Quote Originally Posted by mehdisadeghi View Post
    It's on computer science.
    But I just want a simple grammatical text. edition
    I see. You can certainly post it in sections, but please make sure that you do not exceed 500-600 words per section (just to be fair to us and to other posters), and do not start a new thread before we've had a chance to respond to any earlier one.

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    Re: text edition

    When you finally submit it to your professor, will it be marked/graded?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: text edition

    Quote Originally Posted by emsr2d2 View Post
    When you finally submit it to your professor, will it be marked/graded?
    If so, don't go to the trouble of posting it here. We will not help you to cheat.

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