5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- concrete examples
- cs = comma splice
- How to find a research paper topic
- a Start with your interests and existing areas of expertise.
- b to senses, factual, informational
- c Sentence, sentence. (fix by changing the comma to a period)
- d (opinion = statement of what one believes to be true = generally arguable = stronger without "I think")
- e small
5 Multiple choice questions
- arguing something in your own voice.
- forhiben subject
- Spanish for meat or flesh
- get what you want
- interrupt your sentnece to introduce new or extra information.
5 True/False questions
no , before a coordinating conjunction → (and, or, but, for, so, yet)
text → (both Hjortshoj's definition (antyhing written) and mine ("anything readable
Many students (inexperienced writers) think revision → changing the vocabulary to make it sound- redoing and thus are uncomfortable with the idea of revision and even the word revision.
Becoming an experienced writer → doesn't happen overnight. It's an ongoing process.that will continue over the next four years and beyond. Also, it doesn't happen passively; it takes planning and intentionality. Finally, the more you kearn about how to make your writing better, the more you will notice that you want to improve they're vs. there vs. their
WHAT TO DO IN AN EDUCATIONAL CRISIS → NOT (just) pray, prioritize, reevaluate, talk to a friend, work harder, OR take drugs like No Doze to stay awake and get it done. INSTEAD, talk to your professors, explain the situation, get his/her input and perhaps help. Maybe he/she will even cut you some slack.