Bypass that mental block when writing your papers.
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Academic-phrases

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When writing your academic paper, you might get stuck trying to find the right phrase that captures your intention. This package tries to alleviate that problem by presenting you with a list of phrases organized by the topic or by the paper section that you are writing. This package has around 600 phrases so far.

Using this package is easy, just call M-x academic-phrases to get a list of phrases organized by topic, or call academic-phrases-by-section to browse the phrases by the paper section and fill-in the blanks if required.

Demo

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Acknowledgements

This work was based on the freely available PDF titled “English for Writing Research - Papers Useful Phrases” which can be found here http://www.springer.com/gb/book/9783319260921. This work was done with the kind permission of Springer Nature and Adrian Wallwork.