Native Speaker Editing

Native Speaker Editing

Editing service includes quality control of translated texts by American, English, Canadian or Australian native speaker editors.

Our editing service includes control of sentence structure, checking the accurate use of terminology, correction of spelling and grammatical errors, checking punctuation marks and controlling points that are culturally sensitive. Our editors can also make additions/omissions to ensure the fluency of the text in sentence and paragraph transition, as possible fluency problems in the Turkish source text may affect the target text during the translation phase.

After completing the translation and editing, we perform any revisions that may be required, considering client feedback and suggestions.

Our Native-English Editors

Frequently Asked Questions About Our Editing Services:

  • The journal editor requested that we have an editing office revise our article. He provided us with the names and links of some editing offices. What should we do?
    We sometimes encounter such journals whose priority is to generate profit and which do not have any academic focus. We suggest that the article should be sent to another journal for publication. If you insist on such a journal, the only possible way to get your article published is to do what they want.
  • I had another translation company edit this article. It received criticism regarding language problems. Can you edit this article?
    We also edit texts that were translated by other translators or translation companies and that received criticism regarding language problems. However, we do this on a case-by-case basis after reviewing the text. We sometimes encounter texts written in very poor English and we prefer not to perform editing for such texts.
  • I can write my article in English myself. However, I want it to be professionally edited. Do you accept such projects?
    We can also edit texts that are written in English by the author. However, the language levels of these texts need to be acceptable.

For further questions, you can visit the Frequently Asked Questions page or contact our project managers