Client Recommendations


“WowJulie is a thorough reader and editor who attends to every detail in our document, even in a small map. Not only does she carefully check your grammar, coherence and clarity, she gives explanations which help with our understanding of the grammar and keep us from making the same mistakes in the future.  She also leaves it up to us to follow her advice.  I am so impressed with her professionalism and greatly appreciate her going the second and third mile for us in this paper. I strongly recommend her and I will absolutely solicit her help again in the near future.”

Associate Professor Saowalak Roongtawanreongsri, Prince of Songkla University, Hat Yai, Thailand


“Your editing and comments all provide a fantastic perspective.  The editing process has been a thoroughly enjoyable and rewarding experience.  It’s had an extremely positive impact on the quality of the thesis – which will be mentioned in my acknowledgements section of the thesis.”

Peter Ali, PhD candidate and CEO Municipal Works Australia


“Julie did a great job proof reading my diploma thesis in mathematics. She answered all my questions immediately and finished her work faster than I would have expected. I am going to recommend her to my friends.”

Katharina Kelle, Diploma of Mathematics  – University of Paderborn, Germany, who received 1.0 for her thesis, the best possible grade.


“I have no hesitation in supplying this letter of reference for Grammarfun. In the last year of my degree and employed fulltime in the university system as a vocational education trainer and studying by distance education her services in tutoring are invaluable. Julie Martyn is brilliant in breaking down complicated academic requirements for assignment writing especially paraphrasing, correct sentence structure and use of verbs and plurals.

Also, wanting to learn and improve my writing skills I knew I couldn’t do it on my own, so with Julie’s skills, qualifications and passion for grammar my journey of successful academic assignment continues.”

Rachelle Bice, Australian Bachelor of Learning and Teaching graduate, UNE


“Thank you very much, Julie. You did excellent work. I can take it from here and move forward now.”

— Kazi Arif-Uz-Zaman, Master’s of Engineering, QUT

 

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