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1. Get the reader's attention The opening few lines are crucial. You must address a concern or problem, engage the reader and open a line of conversation that causes the reader to think. The title must be interesting and provides the reader with a clear idea of what you are going to say. typical attention-getters include: Useful structures Have you ever / It's well-known that... but / People often say that... 2. Give your opinion The article is meant to provoke thought but you must write to the reader specifically, imagine you are speaking to your mother. You would not be too formal (like w
Maybe it is just me - Ha, yeah right! - but grading is one of the most difficult parts of this whole teaching thing. I know I am not the only teacher who feels this way. In fact I had a student tell me that he was thinking of being a teacher until he realized all his teachers complained about the grading. I actually felt bad that I contributed to his negative thinking and apologized to him for complaining about my job. I gave him honest reasons why teaching is amazing
What is a comparison essay? A comparison essay (or a Compare and Contrast essay) is used to critically analyze any two subjects, finding and pointing out their similarities and/or dissimilarities. Depending on your assignment, such essays can be comparative only (looking only at similarities), contrasting only (pointing out the differences) or both comparative and contrasting. Below you will find specific instructions on how to write a comparison essay on any topic, wh
When you are using English as a second language, it is usually an easier thing to converse than write in the vernacular. As such, many non-native speakers prefer either talking over the phone and real-time chat, than to discuss things over email, where clarifying certain things may not come too easy.
So you are busy in chalking out your plan, a full proof plan that includes every aspect of your professional and personal life, but there is one consistent problem and it turns its head now and then, creating trouble in your plan and it is time or I should say lack of time.
Hidden pitfalls are on watch for your paper success in every paragraph of the essay you write. They are notorious misprints, insidious misspellings and numerous stylistic, syntax and format errors. Indeed they are your restless essay writing enemies, which are always on the alert, putting obstacles on your way to excellent grades for your writing assignments.