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Clear and concise communication of ideas is essential for producing high quality research. Yet it is difficult to stand back and proofread your own writing. Edit-A-Word eliminates the risk of your hard work being misinterpreted due to inaccuracies. Our experienced academic editors ensure the language, style and structure of your writing defines precision, so that you are free to concentrate on those crucial ideas that win. Our specialised academic editors provide comprehensive comments and suggestions that help you improve your grades and your chances of getting published.
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here are some handy resume writing tips that might help you make a winning resume
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Have you faced the problem of plagiarism and not know what to do about it? Our latest blog post can answer all your questions.
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It is sometimes very difficult to know the voice that is perfect for your writing. Our latest blog will help you decide that.
It often becomes difficult to understand the perfect voice for your writing, which will ultimately affect your presentation, readership and the final outcome. Microsoft Word usually marks out phrases written in passive voice, encouraging you to convert the sentence to active voice, but is it always necessary to use active voice?
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Commonly confused words: 'Consequently' means ‘as a result of’. For example, ‘It was dark outside, consequently, I hit a stone.’ 'Subsequently' means ‘next’--following in time, order, or place. For example, ‘He realised his mistake, subsequently he apologised.’
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Interesting fact : 'Knilb' means opening your eyes and then closing them quickly. A knilb is the opposite of blink, and is blink spelled backwards. 
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