- Meaning (semantics)
- Line breaks
Your German or English text needs a linguistic review? We examine grammar, spelling and punctuation for you!
When performing a linguistic review, the reviewer primarily focuses on linguistic aspects such as punctuation, grammar and spelling. In addition, minor stylistic adjustments are made, which means that the reviewer checks, for example, if hyphenation is used correctly (walk/ing and not wal/king) and, if the used terms or words express what is actually meant (semantics).
A linguistic review includes:
We use Microsoft Word or OpenOffice programs (.doc/.docx/.odt) for linguistic reviews. All changes and adjustments remain visible and it is up to you to decide whether you want to accept the change or not (for how to accept/decline changes please go to FAQ).
Below, you will find an example of a linguistic review. If you would like to see the difference between a linguistic review and copy editing, please go to Copy Editing.