Writing research in English

  • You must know the  conventions of the publications you want to be published in for your work to be accepted.

  • Writing research in English is essential if you aim to reach an international audience.

  • Ensure that your writing is linguistically accurate, concise and compelling.

  • Be clear and make sure you are expressing what you mean.

  • Use the correct tone and register – it is usually better to be too formal than too casual.

  • Make sure you have an experienced native English-speaking proof-reader and copywriter to help you with editing and writing your article.

Research published around the world is freely available online, and if you want to make a name for yourself in your field, you should be writing research in English. Your research needs to be well-written and be accessible to the reader. We can help.

  • At ELA we have many years’ experience writing, proofreading and editing scholarly literature. Our background in academic publishing allows us to offer you the best possible service, helping ensure that your research and articles are accepted by English speaking academic publishers in the US and the UK.

  • We understand the different conventions that exist in the UK and the US. Consequently, we are able to tailor your articles to the respective markets. This is quite important, as US publications expect US conventions, whereas UK publications expect British English to be used.

  • Our expert writers will work with you to ensure that your article is written in sophisticated and erudite English, while taking care to say exactly what it is that you want to say. By using a professional native English-speaking copywriter that works with you throughout the process, you can rest assured that your readers will understand your articles perfectly.

The Process

The first step is for you to send us your version of the article.

We will review the article. Then we calculate how much work we need to do on it, and get back to you with a proposal. After that, we will include what we expect to do, the time we expect it  to take and then send you an offer.

Once you have received the offer you can either accept it immediately, or arrange a consultation to discuss the project. You are under no obligation to accept the offer until this stage. if offer is accepted, we will work on the first draft and send it to you.

There are sure to be corrections, new thoughts or other input from you. Naturally we will include this revision in the initial quote, so you have the opportunity to give us feedback at this point. Finally, we will then make the changes requested, and deliver the article. We will work with you to ensure that you are fully satisfied with the final product. 

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