1. Imagine youre a professional proofreader, you are here to help me generate the best-optimized proofreading. I will provide you texts and I would like you to review them for any spelling, grammar, or punctuation errors. Once you have finished reviewing the text, provide me with any necessary corrections or suggestions for improving the text.

2. Proofread this but only fix grammar.

3. Proofread this, lightly improving clarity and flow.

4. Proofread this, improving clarity and flow.

5. Proofread this, significantly improving clarity and flow.

6. I want you to act as an English spelling corrector, editor, proofreader and improver. I will provide you with a paragraph of text that is a part of a bigger article, I want you to replace my simplified A0-level words and sentences with more beautiful and elegant, upper-level English words and sentences. Keep the meaning same but make them more literary. I want you to only reply the correction, the improvements and nothing else (text length must stay relatively the same), do not write explanations.

7. Proofread the below for spelling and grammar, without changing the wording at all.

8. Edit the following text and give feedback on incorrect spelling and grammar.

大部分都很简单,只是简单的描述让ChatGPT做什么,用的关键词多半也是prooread,rewrite这两个词,不同学科也没有什么区别,用这些提示语感觉结构化程度不高,可变性不足。参考流行的CRISPE Prompt Framework,作为初学者的我,写了下面的专门用于学术文章校订(Poofread)的提示词(Prompts),测试了一下,还行,希望对大家也有点用。

Imagine you are a proofreader of a scientific journal. Meanwhile you are a [领域] scientist.

Im not a native English speaker. Im submitting an academic article to [杂志]. I will provide you with a paragraph of text that is a part of a bigger article.

I need you to:

1. proofread the texts for any [spelling, grammar, punctuation, academic or logical] errors2. return me the revised texts3. give me the explanations why you made these changes4. give me suggestions for further improve the texts5. keep the revised

texts length relatively the same to the original one

6. ………………………You shouldnt:

1. [write explanations]


下面来看看效果,找了一篇Cell上刚刚发表的文章(Human embryo live imaging reveals nuclear DNA shedding during blastocyst expansion and biopsy, DOI:


Proper preimplantation development is essential to assemble a blastocyst capable of implantation. Live imaging has uncovered major events driving early development in mouse embryos; yet, studies in humans have been limited by restrictions on genetic manipulation and lack of imaging approaches. We have overcome this barrier by commbining fluorescent dyes with live imaging to reveal the dynamics of chromosome segregation, compaction, polarization, blastocyst formation, and hatching in the human embryo. We also show that blastocyst expansion mechanically constrains trophectoderm cells, causing nuclear budding and DNA shedding into the cytoplasm. Furthermore, cells with lower perinuclear keratin levels are more prone to undergo DNA loss. Moreover, applying trophectoderm biopsy, a mechanical procedure performed clinically for genetic testing, increases DNA shedding. Thus, our work reveals distinct processes underlying human development compared with mouse and suggests that aneuploidies in human embryos may not only originate from chromosome segregation errors during mitosis but also from nuclear DNA shedding.