Abstract is one of the key sections of your research paper or thesis. Readers decide whether to read your paper based on the abstract. Therefore spend good amount of time preparing your abstract. A good abstract should contain the following points in brief: IntroductionPurposeMethodFindingsConclusion To help you create abstract in... read more →
Answer - Yes and No. 'She's younger than me' or 'she's younger than I' - which is correct? Is it acceptable to substitute who for whom? Which is correct: may or might? or "could" There isn't just one correct or wrong response, though. It depends on who and where you... read more →
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There is one critical task you must complete before submitting your manuscript: writing a cover letter. This follows the time-consuming work of revising your manuscript and selecting a target journal. The cover letter is an important document that should inform the editor of more information than just the fact that... read more →
The amount of people or the number of people? When writing your research paper or manuscript, you come across such questions often. So what is the correct usage? Here is a short tip from our academic editor that will help you write your manuscript better.
Even the most experienced writers occasionally struggle with the use of verb tenses in research papers because it is such a tricky subject. There are some guidelines, and frequently it also depends on the context of the discussion of your study that you are writing.For instance, authors may use a... read more →
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