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50 Steps to Improving Your Academic Writing by Chris Sowton

By Chris Sowton

50 Steps to bettering Your educational Writing 50 Steps to bettering Your educational Writing addresses the demanding situations dealing with each pupil starting a software of educational examine. This accomplished advisor can provide every little thing you must write well-constructed educational essays. it truly is packed jam-packed with details that's serious to achieving larger marks, together with: * tips on how to practice severe pondering abilities * find out how to boost your arguments * how you can comprise paper referencing * the way to stay away from plagiarism 50 Steps has been constructed to reflect top perform in educational essay writing: discovering, making plans, writing after which proofreading an essay. a number of access issues enable you both to paintings throughout the e-book in chronological order or to dip out and in reckoning on your wishes. The ebook encompasses a specified resolution key, an entire word list of phrases, plus entire reference fabric that gives learn templates and worthwhile links, in addition to extra examples and knowledge approximately educational writing. Chris Sowton, writer of fifty Steps to bettering Your educational Writing, solutions your essay-writing questions the following!

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In my mother tongue, the way a word is said is the same as / different from the way it is written. IH Contextualization Look at these sentences. In each, there is a mistake caused b y m o t h e r - t o n g u e in f l u e n c e . • Identify each mistake and decide which o f these mistakes you are likely to make. Many students have the idea that sentences in English should be extremely long, but that is not always true, and many sentences written by non-native speakers seem to go on for a very long time, but that can make it very difficult to follow exactly what is going on.

Spencer, J. (2008). EAP Essentials. Reading: Garnet Education: 220. IQ Application ift Look at the notes from the last lecture/piece of reading you did. • Do you understand them? If not, why not? Consider what improvements could be made. • Do the same for notes you wrote six months ago. Do you understand them? A Having used the sample notes from this chapter ... • what did you like about them? How will you change your note-taking habits? • what did you not like about them? What will you not change?

Sentences in my mother tongue are generally shorter than / the same length as / longer than in English. 2. The grammar is similar to / different from that of English. 3. The vocabulary comes from a source similar to / different from English. 4. The word order is the same as / different from that of English. 5. In my mother tongue, the way a word is said is the same as / different from the way it is written. IH Contextualization Look at these sentences. In each, there is a mistake caused b y m o t h e r - t o n g u e in f l u e n c e .

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