The Abbey Languages is added to its services the opportunity to have your work corrected, either from Spanish to English or English to Spanish.
There are three main types of proofreading and the price varies slightly, due to the amount of work involved with each type.
Below are the different categories.
Proof-reading - Proofreading is about getting rid of the cosmetic errors. It is usually the last step in the writing/editing process. It’s not meant to be comprehensive; when you are proofreading, you shouldn’t be re-working text, or re-arranging content. Proofreading is about doing a last run-through to catch surface problems with the content.
Copy editing - Copy editing is about improving style, formatting, and accuracy. Copy editing is about making sure there aren’t inconsistencies, and that the style flows well — in addition to being grammatically correct. There are different levels of copy editing: light, medium, and heavy. Light copy editing might consist of double-checking accuracy and taking care of most grammatical issues. Medium copy editing double-checking accuracy and taking care of most grammatical issues. Medium copy editing includes heavier lifting, such as correcting flow and re-working some of the text. With heavy copy editing, the editor might re-structure some paragraphs, or heavily correct style, flow, and grammar.
Content editing - Things may need to be added that are left out or re-written. This could also include some content creation.
For a free quote, please contact us using the link below. All quotes must be approved by the person submitting the document before the work is commenced.