Month: October 2016

Lie vs. Lay vs. Lied vs. Laid vs. Lain

on October 27, 2016 by Proofreading Pal in Editing Tools
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One of the hardest irregular verbs in English to use properly is “to lie,” and another is “to lay.” The verbs have a multitude of overlapping meanings, and then they’re conjugated differently while being spelled the same. However, you can become an expert if we take it one step at a time. And we’ll start with the hardest one.


5 Tips for Personal Statements

on October 21, 2016 by Proofreading Pal in Admissions Essays
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Your personal statement will help your application if it shows that you’re a well-qualified individual and nicely suited for the program you’re applying to. Your personal statement will hurt your application if it’s poorly written or demonstrates a lack of academic focus. But never fear, Proofreading Pulse is here with tips for crafting a personal statement that will help you no matter where you’re applying.


Rules of Canadian English

on October 3, 2016 by Proofreading Pal in Proofreading and Editing
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Canadian English is unique. Neither American nor wholly British, it’s a robust hybrid of British Commonwealth English and cross-border influences. Before we can assess the Canadian dialect, though, we need to understand how global languages become localized, and for that we need to examine the origins of American English.


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