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    Style Controversy

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    Upon completion of the both stylebooks, Strunk and White and Williams, I have found that style is much more than whatever one sees fit for themselves. This is true at least for essay writing not necessarily creative writing. As with other debated subjects where guidelines are drawn as to what constitutes a good work of art, film, or music, writing has guidelines which good compositions fit into and can therefore be compared and contrasted with other works. That is not to say there is one way to do

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    Truth Exposed in Amusing Ourselves to Death

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    kind of content-the "medium is the message" in the words of Marshall McLuhan-that Postman believes is suitable to the world of show business and hostile to the print-based world of logical thinking (80).  This is not to say that TV ignores important subjects such as current affairs, politics, religion, science, and e... ... middle of paper ... ... rationalized as a necessary means toward American expansion; when slavery was justified because blacks were considered less human than whites; when women

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    Pseudo-cleft and It-Cleft Sentences

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    In the regular sentence order of English, the subjects come before predicates and verbs come before objects. In English, there are variations in sentence order. Although these variations cause some confusion, a speaker of English can use them to highlight an important point in the sentence. For example, a speaker uses a cleft sentence as a way to focus on a special element on the sentence. A cleft sentence is a complex sentence in which a simple sentence is expressed using a main clause and a

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    An Interpretation of What Work Is Richard Hugo once wrote "Philip Levine knows a few things so well that he cannot forget them when he writes poetry." I believe that one of these things is the subject of work. Levine's theme of work comes from his past experiences of growing up and working during the time of World War II. Philip Levine grew up in Detroit, Michigan during this very difficult time for the United States. His thoughts were occupied with the war and the fear of being sent overseas;

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    As you are well aware by now there was a memo circulated recently that was a very poor reflection on our company. Unfortunately the memo was seen by a client and those on the sales force has been suffering from very low morale. I’m requesting your support in starting a workshop on improving individual writing skills. At this point in time I don’t think that there is a more important project. It is extremely clear that we need to help our coworkers learn how to communicate more effectively. As unfair

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    Essay About My Class

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    As a senior student of Mansfield High School, I have learned to appreciate school administrators, teachers, and other faculty for their sufficient effort to making me succeed. I have taken it upon myself to take an English Composition class in high school rather than taking it in college. I have always had in interest in English, I had heard this was one of the hardest English classes you could take and so I accepted the challenge. This class does have many challenges and sometimes i get quite stumped

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    average is barely making which in most school policy that is the minimum average an athlete can obtain in order to play. My athletes will be held to a higher standard, meaning if my athlete have a C average in any subject they will not practice. Instead, they will study for the subject he or she is struggling in and the makeup practice will be a great deal of running... ... middle of paper ... ...There is another saying that practice makes perfect which I agree with, because the more you know

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    My Online Community

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    joined the mtv.com community. There I expressed my thoughts on everything, ranging from music to daily events that shape our world. There I had a chance to share my opinions and beliefs, as others posted their thoughts and perspectives on certain subjects. Online communities are rather congruent to offline ones. They are both appealing yet displeasing at the same time. An online community means different things to different people. For some, it conjures fuzzy, warm images of people chatting

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    The Clock

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    nature. And lastly, I will comment on how some of the five senses (sound, taste, smell, sight, hearing) helps construct vivid visual images of the events that has occurred and I will comment on the structure. As I stated before, I will explore the subject of both diary entries; the diary entries seem to be in a chronological framework. The first diary entry that I’m first going to talk about was written on the 6th of January in 1836, but the event that was documented in the dairy occurred on the 3rd

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    Technology

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    Technology has been in our world for as long as I can remember. 20 years ago technology existed in a simpler way and people didn’t rely on it as heavily. But as years progress, we are becoming more and more technologically advanced, and the world is becoming more dependent on it. Not to say that this is a good or bad thing-it can be both. There can be positives to this new found technology but there can also be negatives. Technology use is almost impossible to avoid in today’s society but there is

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