No one was born a master of words. It takes time to learn a language, especially its academic discourse. Many students and even academics in Asia struggle to excel in Academic English. They might be fluent English speakers or good everyday writers, and still find it hard to grasp the essentials of putting their scholarly arguments into words.
A linguist and native-speaking ESOL teacher by profession, Retta knows the trick to producing high quality, publishable manuscripts. Formally trained in teaching English for Academic Purposes (EAP), she has co-authored multiple peer-reviewed articles / book chapters and served as a reviewer for major education and applied linguistics journals. Well-trusted as an academic editor in her own right, she has handled:
30+ Bachelor's theses & honours / final year projects
20+ Master's degree theses
50+ Doctoral dissertations
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