영문교정, 영어교정,논문교정,영어논문교정,영어논문교정

언어학 (Language and Linguistics)

아래의 원고 샘플을 통해 프리미엄과 수퍼 프리미엄의 교정범위를 비교해 보십시오. 우측 링크에서 교정원고 이외 논문평가카드, 교정 증명서, 커버레터의 샘플도 다운로드 하실 수 있습니다.

  • 원고

    교정 후 원고

    Remarks

    Remark 1:
    Note that the more commonly used heading in academic papers is “Introduction.” Please check the journal guidelines for any specification regarding the same, and revise accordingly.

    Remark 2:
    Please consider elaborating the nature of the relationship between the parts of the compounds. For instance,

    “…—endocentric compounds, where AB is an instance of B (e.g., teaspoon is a type of spoon); exocentric compounds, where AB is neither an A nor a B, but a C associated with AB (e.g., birdbrain is neither a bird nor a brain, but a person with a short attention span); and copulative compounds, where AB is A and B (e.g., producer-director is a person who fulfils the roles of producer and director).”

    Explanations

    [Explanation1]: Article Usage:
    Here an article is required since you are specifying a type of field within linguistics.

    [Explanation2]: Word Choice:
    Here the word choice has been revised.

    [Explanation3]: Grammar:
    The sentence has been made grammatically correct by using the singular verb “studies” for the singular subject that (morphology).

    [Explanation4]: Capitalization:
    Since “morphemes” is not a proper noun, it need not be capitalized.

    [Explanation5]: Subject area:
    The definition has been added here.

    [Explanation6]: Language:
    Sentence structure has been enhanced by eliminating wordiness and using a concise conjunction.

    [Explanation7]: Language:
    Unnecessary phrases have been removed from the document.

    [Explanation8]: Punctuation:
    The missing comma has been added here.

    [Explanation9]: Language:
    The phrase has been made concise and accurate, while maintaining a formal tone.

    [Explanation10]: Typographical error:
    This has been corrected.

    [Explanation11]: Grammar:
    The noun has been added here to avoid ambiguity with the other noun “words.”

    [Explanation12]: Punctuation:
    The correct punctuation has been used.

    [Explanation13]: Word choice:
    Here an appropriate transition word has been used to avoid an informal expression.

    [Explanation14]: Article Usage:
    “grammar” is used here as a variable noun in the field of linguistics; hence, an article is required since a specific theory on the rules of the language is going to be constructed.

    [Explanation15]: Punctuation:
    The missing period has been added.

    [Explanation16]: Word choice:
    Here the more commonly used term in the discipline is "spoken".

    [Explanation17]: Punctuation:
    The incorrect hyphen has deleted.

    [Explanation18]: Punctuation:
    Incorrectly used ellipses have been deleted.

    [Explanation19]: Article usage:
    Since “unit” is countable, it would take an indefinite article.

    [Explanation20]: Grammar:
    Here the missing verb has been added.

    [Explanation21]: Grammar:
    The awkward compound modifier has been changed to its noun forms for better readability and clarity.

    [Explanation22]: Style:
    The general style is to use the latin abbreviation.

    [Explanation23]: Style:
    A serial comma is added before or/and in a list in American English.

    [Explanation24]: Language:
    Content has been added here to bring out the parallelism between the idea stated in the previous sentence and the illustration given here.

    [Explanation25]: Language:
    The sentence has been restructured for readability.

    [Explanation26]: Consistency:
    This sub-heading has been pluralized like other sub-headings.

    [Explanation27]: Capitalization:
    Proper nouns are capitalized.

    [Explanation28]: Grammar:
    A comma has been added here to separate the introductory phrase from the rest of the sentence for clarity.

    [Explanation29]: Language:
    The term has been deleted to avoid redundancy.

    [Explanation30]: Subject area:
    The correct technical word has been used.

    [Explanation31]: Grammar:
    Comma is used before non-restrictive clauses beginning with “which.”

    [Explanation32]: Style:
    Abbreviations such as “e.g.” and “i.e.” are followed by commas in American English.

    [Explanation33]: Grammar:
    The correct conjunction pair has been used.

    [Explanation34]: Subject area:
    An advance edit provides suggestions for enhancements in the manuscript. The suggestion is not incorporated in the main content but is recommended to the author via remarks.

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