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A Lucrative Sideline: Editing Non-Native English Scientific Writing

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Susan Welsh  Identity Verified
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Good webinar (on-demand video) Mar 30

But the visuals are out of sync with the speaker, so she is talking about slides that you can no longer see! Somebody should fix that.

Also, where can the lists of resources be found?

And for Proz.com: I have said this before, but I'll try one more time: "Training" is not a countable noun in English, so you can't have "a training." You can have "a training program" or you can say an athlete is "in training."


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