Welcome to AWE — a reference source for the details of Academic Writing in British English. AWE aims to give helpful advice, rather than to be prescriptive - it does not tell you what to do. It is not a dictionary or an encyclopedia. It is meant for students in Higher Education in the UK, including non-native speakers.
AWE has moved beyond the purely experimental stage, and has proved useful; but it is not complete. It is currently in a developmental stage. We welcome any comments, but cannot reply individually. TO COMMENT ON ANY ARTICLE IN AWE: Send an e-mail to email@example.com
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