Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Why You Mad Because I'm Styling on ya !

 
Original Paragraph 

Have you ever gotten the impression that writing well in college means setting aside the kind of language you use in everyday conversation? Those to impress your instructors you need to use big words, long sentences, and complex sentence structures? If so, then we’re here to tell you that it ain’t necessarily so. On the contrary, academic writing can --- and in our view should ---- be relaxed, easy to follow, and even a little bit fun. Although we don’t want to suggest that you avoid using sophisticated, academic terms in your writing, we encourage you to draw upon the kinds of expressions and turns of phrase that you use every day when conversing with family and friends. In this chapter, we want to show you how you can write effective academic arguments while holding on to some of your own voice.
   

Dressed It Down  

  
Have you ever had that feeling that writing one of those A type papers in college meant throwing the lingo you use every day with your peoples’ right? You know to impress the teach by using 100 dollar words, long sentences, and O.D. complicated sentences and what not? Well, if that’s what you’re thinking, I’m here to let you know that’s not a hunet percent true. On the flip side, academic writing can –and in our view should – be a little more chill, easy going, and even a little bit fun. Although we don’t want to steer you completely away from using experience, bookish terms in your writing, we sway you to bring about the kind of expressions and word of choice you use every day when talking to family and friends. In this chapter we want to show you how you can write direct college arguments while still doing your thing.


Dressed It Up


          Have you at all gain the perception that writing sufficiently in a institution of higher education equals abandoning the brand of verbalization you address your peers with in a everyday conversation? That to thrill your professors you’re obligated to use a larger vocabulary, drawn out sentences, and intricate sentence organization? If so, then we’re here to advise you that is not entirely so. On the contrary, academic writing can --- and in our view be composed, flow with ease, and as well as fun. Although we do not want to advise that you avoid using sophisticated, academic terms in your writing, we encourage you to draw upon the kinds of expressions and unique verbiage that you embrace every day when conversing with family and friends. In this chapter, we aspire to demonstrate to you how you can write effective academic arguments while holding onto some of your own expression. 


Mixed It Up

  

          Have you at all gain the perception that writing one of those A type of papers in an institution of higher education meant throwing out the lingo you use to address your peers with in a everyday conversation? You know to impress your professor by using 100 dollar words, drawn out sentences, and O.D. complicated sentence organization? If so, we’re here to tell you, that is not entirely so. On the contrary, academic writing can --- and in our view should be a little more chill, follow with ease, as well as fun. Although we do not want to advise that you using experience, bookish terms in your writing, we encourage you to draw upon the kinds of expressions and words of choice you embrace every day when talking with family and friends. In this chapter, we aspire to demonstrate to you how you can write academic arguments while still doing your thing.  

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