English as a foreign language

Learning a language is hard work, and learning to write in that language is harder still. I know, I’ve been in your position—in fact, I am still in your position, as every day I polish my skills in the French language. If English is your second language (or even your third, fourth, or fifth), I can help correct your grammar and sentence structure using the ‘track changes’ feature of MS Word.

That’s not all, though. I strongly believe that merely making edits is not enough. If you don’t know why I’ve made certain changes, you will continue to make the same mistakes. I want to help you become a better writer in the long-term, not only for this particular project. For that reason, I will explain the edits I make using MS Word’s ‘Comment’ feature, detailing how certain grammar rules work, or why things don’t quite make sense. I’m here 24/7 to answer any questions you have, too. The one thing I won’t do is make you feel stupid—after all, learning another language is one of the most difficult things you can do.

Still got concerns? Rest assured, I’ve worked with foreign students and writers of English as a second language from all over the world. I do a lot of work with students applying for university courses in America and the UK, and I’ve helped writers turn their (sometimes badly) translated books in well-written works. Why not send me a message with your requirements, and we can have a chat?