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A flying start to 2020

Global Proofreading and Editing Ltd. has got 2020 off to a flying start with a wide range of documents edited for clients in the UK, Saudi Arabia, the USA, China, South Korea, Colombia, Canada, India and the list goes on!  Read more

Spring Sale 2019

From 21st March to 31st May 2019 we are offering a discount on all of our proofreading and English language editing services. Please send your documents to me directly at and quote the following code: SPRING2019 for a 20% discount.  Read more

Indian English

Indian English consists of the various usages of the English language throughout India. In some states, English is the only official language and is considered to be the lingua franca on a national level. In spite of this, only 0.1 % of the population have English as their first language and 12.7% know English. These figures are according to the 2001 National Census.  Read more

Six Years of Global Proofreading and Copy-editing Ltd

Global Proofreading and Copy-editing Ltd. is six years old! We started out as a small company working out of a small office in Witney in West Oxfordshire with only a handful of people working for us. Since then we have fluctuated in size, sometimes dramatically, but have sustained overall growth and maintained a loyal customer base. Some of our clients have been with us since we started doing business way back in 2012.  Read more

Chinese English

Chinese English, or ‘Chinglish’, is the spoken or written English language that is influenced by the Chinese language. In Hong Kong, Macau and Guangdong it refers mostly to Cantonese-influenced English. It often consists of remarkably creative and idiosyncratic English in Chinese situations.  Read more

Canadian English

Canadian English is made up of the varieties of the English language native to Canada. There are two main official languages in Canada: English and French. There are also nine recognized regional aboriginal languages. English is the first language of approximately nineteen million Canadians out of a total population of thirty-five million.  Read more

New Zealand English

New Zealand English is the dialect of the English language spoken by most of its 4.75 million inhabitants. There are three official languages in New Zealand: English, New Zealand Sign Language and te reo Maori. English is the first language of the majority of the population.  Read more

Australian English

Australian English is the de facto official language of Australia and, although it has no official status in the Constitution, is the first language of the majority of the 24 million people living there.  Read more