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    writing course. UGRU Journal, 1-11. ‎ Swales, J. M. (1990). Genre analysis. English in academic and research contexts. Cambridge: ‎CUP.‎ Tang, R., & John, S. (1999). The “I” in identity: Exploring identity in student academic ‎writing through the first person pronoun. English for Specific Purposes, 18(1), 23-39.‎ Vergaro, C. (2011). Shades of impersonality: Rhetorical positioning in the academic writing ‎of Italian students of English. Linguistics and Education, 22, 118-132.‎

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    One person should be someone very familiar with your personal background. If pertinent information is excluded in your essay, that person will be able to point it out. The second person should be someone who is casually acquainted with you. Since any areas in your essay which are unclear to this reader will also likely be unclear to the Admissions Committee, this reader should be able to point out the problems. Lastly, but very importantly, a third person should check for grammatical and spelling

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    As a result, portfolios thrive in high schools and offices alike to demonstrate a person’s capabilities in the greatest detail. Any person with a future-oriented mindset should have a portfolio to create opportunities for a successful life. The résumé I completed in the beginning of the semester had minimal need for correction. It did not have much room for grammatical error. The résumé lists my experiences and abilities I have acquired, therefore disallowing a margin for being verbs. This one assignment

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    Results This section will cover the reactions from the employees when the customer referred to himself in the third person. While the conversations were not recorded to give an exact transcript of what was said, the main part of the conversations will be narrated. At Chipotle, a Mexican fast food restaurant, the customer approached the first station where he ordered a burrito. The first employee asked “What can I get started for you?” The customer then replied with “Andrew will get a chicken burrito

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    Assia Djebar believed that the process of Western acculturation excluded her from most if not all aspects of the traditional women’s world. This resulted in her mastery of the French language and access to public space. This view of exclusion led Djebar to her Algerian Quartet, which is a writing project to reestablish links with the maternal world, which she felt distanced from, but in fact never lost. They are all polyphonic texts that combine personal and collective memory. In these texts Djebar

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    is in the countryside and has a low population, so the idea of a traffic jam there is unusual. The presence of so many people is ludicrous. It takes place in November, a month associated with death and misery. The Stag is written in the third person singular, it is through the eyes of an unattached observer. This poem is about a hunt, and the prey is a stag that is running elegantly through the surrounding countryside. There are lots of spectators and one of them; we are led to believe, is

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    knife on the goats throat, the feeling of it being normal to slit an animals throat. The second line reads 'I can feel its point on my throat.' The lexical choice of the 'I' and 'my' shows us that it's first person perspective, he also makes it ambiguous, we don't know if it's the person killing the goat or the goat who's speaking. 'as the blood geysers,' the lexical choice of 'geysers' describes ho the blood travels. The meaning of the word 'geysers' is a natural spring sending a column of

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    hear/A fearful battle render’d you in music’ (line 43-44) compares Henry’s talk of war to a battle of music conveying Henry as a war-mongering king to the audience, stressed by the imperative mood of the command verb ‘list’. The use of the second person pronoun ‘you’ effectively addresses Ely and the audience directly stressing Henry’s status as a King of the people by using an imperative mood. During this extract personification is used to show the audience how Henry has become a more mature

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    people are there to teach Eddie a different lesson that he must learn before he enters heaven. Each of the five people Eddie meets in heaven present ideas that serve as the themes of this novel. The five lessons that Eddie must learn are: that every person is interconnected in some way, sacrifice, forgiveness, understanding, and that he did not need to be famous to make a difference in the lives of those around him. Each of the lessons that Eddie learns are the themes of the novel that Albom would

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    these flaws, but provide a practical solution. More often than not though, realists will leave it up to their reader to formulate a cure. In A Rose for Emily, Faulkner looks back on the relationships of an aging southern belle, using third and second person narrative to comment on the happenings of the story. The title character of the story, Miss Emily Grierson, has two main relationships in her lifetime. The first, the relationship she had with her father, is described as controlling: “… that quality

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