While writing a master’s thesis, there may be problems in terms of editing and terminology, which should be explained on the basis of available lexicons or dictionaries of key and industry terms, economic examples, dictionaries of foreign words and foreign-language phrases, as well as encyclopedias.

It is not advisable to excessive use of foreign-language words, as well as to inflate text with phrases and foreign-language terminology. Where the use of a foreign term, also Latin, goes well with the text, it should not be avoided. Many times a foreign word is used correctly, or the phrase makes the work more interesting.

In order to avoid different interpretations of terms used in the master’s thesis or definitions, they should, in justified cases, be placed even in a separate chapter or subsection. In addition, they should be clarified and explained, referring to the right authors, or laws, regulations or other legal acts.

It should be noted that each master’s thesis is also assessed formally, including in relation to the correctness of the language used, mastering the technique of comprehensible and correct writing of the master’s thesis, as well as binding the content of the work with the appropriate literature and source materials. The text of the master’s thesis should faithfully reproduce and present the analyzed and described problem.

When writing a master thesis, phrases and expressions characteristic of environmental and regional vocabulary and archaisms should not be used.

The master’s thesis should be characterized by communicativeness that manifests itself not only in the observance of the principles of linguistic correctness and the style of expression, but also in the unambiguous and logical description of the applied research methods.

Writing a master’s thesis, including bachelor’s thesis, it is recommended to use the impersonal form of verbs, for example it was made, found, analyzed, proved, based on the research done that … etc .. The wordings should be avoided: I made, stated, etc.

If an impersonal form is accepted in the master’s thesis, it should be consistently implemented while writing the entire text of the work.

In the edited master’s thesis, avoiding excessive long sentences should be avoided, with unnecessarily lengthy content, often concerning, for example, several different problems. It is easier to avoid stylistic errors in formulated shorter sentences.

It is also improper to express the thoughts, findings, or only a fragmentary, sketchy interpretation of the results obtained from the research undertaken in the master’s thesis.

The same problems or issues should not be repeated, or repeated, in order to unnece sarily increase the volume of the written thesis.

The text of the master’s thesis should be carefully and faithfully and should contain a faithful and distortion-free description of the actual state and the subjectively undeformed, real image of the results obtained and analyzed.