Proofreading –Surface-level editing for a polished finish in English.

Proofreading focuses on correcting superficial errors in spelling, grammar, syntax, punctuation, and formatting. Therefore, it is usually done at the end of the writing process as the last step before submitting a paper that is otherwise ready for publication.

Editing, on the other hand, deals more thoroughly with the presentation of information and ideas. While editing involves all the steps of proofreading, it focuses on making changes that will make an article more understandable, better organized, and more suitable for the audience. Since editing is an essential part of formulating a research argument, it is done several times during the writing process.

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