PROOFREADING AND CORRECTING
Proofreading and correcting are often mixed up but they’re not the same thing. When correcting texts, our language professionals check them for orthography (spelling), punctuation and grammar. Structures that don’t quite hit the mark, however, will not be changed.
Proofreading starts with correcting, but doesn’t stop there. Instead, you will receive notes on the form, structure and style of your text. Should any aspects remain unclear or if logical or technical mistakes occur, they are rectified in coordination with you. Thus, you receive a finely honed end product that contains zero embarrassing mistakes.
Multiple challenges have to be overcome on the way there. Not only do our language specialists have to be up to date with various spelling rules and reforms and detect all mistakes quickly and reliably – their review also requires a deep understanding of what the respective text is actually about.