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One of the institutes in my university said they would provide the “proofreading service”. So I just wonder what kind of writing (or writings?) the service covers. Research proposals, emails, cover letters, or any other sorts of articles?

In this case, is it okay to ask
“For what kind of writing can I get the proofreading service?”

or

“For what kinds of writings can I get the proofreading service?”

or any other natural way to ask it?

Please teach me.

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One of the institutes in my university said they would provide the “proofreading service”. So I just wonder what kind of writing (or writings?) the service covers. Research proposals, emails, cover letters, or any other sorts of articles? 

In this case, is it okay to ask
“For what kind of writing can I get the proofreading service?”

or 

“For what kinds of writings can I get the proofreading service?”

or any other natural way to ask it?

Please teach me.
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