Course: How to avoid critical language errors in your research paper

In this course, you will be able to

  • Understand the kind of common errors made by researchers
  • Identify common language problems in your research paper and how to fix them
  • Identify proofreading errors and how to fix them
  • Ensure that your manuscript has better readability and clarity
  • Write your manuscript with ease and without errors

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How to avoid critical language errors in your research paper

Who is this course for? 

  • Young researchers
  • PhDs
  • Post docs looking to get familiar with the world of academia

What will you gain? 

After taking the course, you will be able to: 

  • Write an error-free manuscript
  • Ensure that your manuscript adheres to high standards of prestigious academic journals
  • Improve your chances of publication

Course Content

Lesson 1 - What peer reviewers expect and why

  • The peer reviewer perspective
  • The major distracters

Lesson 2 - Distracter 1: Faulty logic

  • Fused constructions
  • Faulty parallelism
  • Faulty modification

Lesson 3 - Distracter 2: Complex writing style

  • Why academic writing should not be complex
  • Bringing a verb in too late
  • Overusing long, impressive-sounding words
  • Packing sentences with too much information
  • Nominalizing verbs
  • Using noun strings

Lesson 4: Distracter 3: Proofreading errors

  • Why proofreading matters
  • How to proofread your manuscript effectively


  • Summary
  • Final assessment


“Excellent! Great place to learn and identify the most obvious language errors in my research” 

“While writing my research paper, I wanted to ensure that my research writing was at par with the best language standards. I found this course to be perfect for my needs. Highly recommended!”

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