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Reseapro Blog - Global language consulting, research analysis

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Hummingbird13131: No matter what you’re reading, there is frequently a lot of “filler” that you can read quickly through or even skim over. With practice, you’ll be able to identify the most important parts of a book as you skim through it. When you get...

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Operate

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Hummingbird13131: Operate = (1) direct or control something: ‘Do you know how to operate this machinery?’ (2) perform surgery on (medicine): ‘Have you heard what happened to the last patient he operated on?’ (3) to perform a function or work: ‘ The...

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Manuscriptedit.com Blogs: Incorrect omission of prepositions

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Hummingbird13131: Omission of a or an after the word half. Don’t say: He drank half glass of milk. ü Say: He drank half a glass of milk.

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Incorrect omission of prepositions

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Hummingbird13131: Omission of a or one before hundred, etc. Don’t say: Hundred years make a century. Say: A hundred years make a century. Or: One hundred years make a century.

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Manuscriptedit.com Blogs: Incorrect omission of prepositions

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Hummingbird13131: Omission of the article before a countable noun in the singular. Don’t say: I have no money to buy car. ü Say: I have no money to buy a car.

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Incorrect omission of prepositions

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Hummingbird13131: Omission of a or an after the verb to be.       Don’t say: I’m not teacher, I’m student. Say: I’m not a teacher, I’m a student.

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Hummingbird13131: The services includes camera-ready formatting and target journal formatting of research and academic papers for scientific, academic and medical journals.

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Manuscriptedit.com Blogs: Peculiar

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Hummingbird13131: Peculiar = markedly different from the usual; distinctive in nature; strange, especially in a surprising or unpleasant way: ‘I’m not sure about this cheese. The taste is a bit peculiar.’ ‘She had a peculiar expression on her face.’ Unusual...

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Pay

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Hummingbird13131: Pay = (1) give money for something usually in exchange for goods or services; to settle a debt or obligation etc.): ‘Let me pay for the meal this time.’ ‘Pay the bill, please.’ (2) bestow (...

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Manuscriptedit.com Blogs: Opinion

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Hummingbird13131: Opinion = (1) a personal belief or judgment about something or somebody: ‘He asked my opinion about the new project.’ (2) the beliefs or views of a group of people: ‘There is a difference of opinion on death penalty.’ (3) a belief or...

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Open

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Hummingbird13131: Open = (1) not shut or closed: ‘She left the door open.’ (2) giving free passage or access: ‘The road is open to traffic.’ (3) (of somebody’s mouth, eye etc.) having lips or eyelid parted...

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Manuscriptedit.com Blogs: Only

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Hummingbird13131: Only = (1) being the only one; single: ‘She is the only child of her parents.’ (2) without any others being included or involved: ‘This job is assigned to him only.’ (3) exclusive of anyone or anything else: ‘I want to buy this dress...

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Surely

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Hummingbird13131: Surely = (i) to express a strong belief in the truth or likehood of what you are saying, and often to encourage the listener to express agreement: ‘Surely they should have arrived by now!’ ‘S...

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One

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Hummingbird13131: One = (1) the number 1: ‘They had lunch at one.’ (= one o’ clock) (2) used for emphasis to mean ‘a single person or thing’: ‘This is the one I ordered.’ Do not use the in front of ...

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Once

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Hummingbird13131: Once = (1) one time only: ‘You have to take this medicine once a day.’ (2) whenever; as soon as: ‘Once it stops raining, we can go out.’ (3) at some indefinite time in the past: ‘She was a very popular actress once.’ (4) used in...

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Full stops – how to use them

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Hummingbird13131: Definition The full stop is a punctuation mark indicating a strong pause. It is used most commonly at the end of a complete sentence – like this one. Examples This is a short sentence. This is another. It happened suddenly in 1996. There...

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Qualitative and Quantitative Studies

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Hummingbird13131: Not all research projects require study measures. Some research simply involves observing the results of events in the field and drawing conclusions based on a theoretical framework. Others may involve analyzing data from clinics or other...

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Here’s How to begin with your paper

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Hummingbird13131: Before beginning, jot down a list of some of the important points you would like to make. These don’t have to be in any order; just brainstorm topics or arguments you would like to cover in your paper. Make an outline. It’s hard to start...

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Write

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Hummingbird13131: Write: To form (letters or words); to compose and set down, especially in literary or musical form; to fill in or cover with writing; to express in writing; to communicate by correspondence; to und...

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