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  • My Technique Of Writing Essays
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    "My Experience throughout English 101" As writers many students write to the expectations of their professors and not to their fullest potential. Throughout English 101 I had been writing only to please my professor or to fill the basic requirement to pass English. I always felt that my writing ability was never enough for my professors throughout the previous years. They always wanted clear and concise essays, which for some reason was unreachable by me. However, starting college and taking Eng...
  • John Dryden
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    John Dryden was born on August 9, 1631 in the Vicarage of Ald winkle All Saints in Northamptonshire, England (DISCovering Authors 1). He was a cute, young boy who was described as "short, stout, and red-faced" (Britannica 8). His father was a countryman, and both his parents were very fond of Parliament siding with the Parliament Party against the King (Britannica 1). He was eleven years old when the war broke out between the royalist forces and the revolutionary forces, and that is when his lif...
  • Actual G.E.D. Test Essay
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    Lesson Learned History of My Writing The experiences that shaped my ability as a writer are easy for me to recall. I had a very supportive English teacher my first two years of high school. I also scored perfectly on my writing essay for the G.E.D. practice test, and nearly perfect on the G.E.D. test. These experiences impacted the way that I write now. Mr. Geller was a very intense man who demanded the best from his students. I had him for English I my freshman year, and I mistakenly thought th...
  • History Of Our Language The English Language
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    A HISTORY OF OUR LANGUAGE The English Language is Rich in its history. Studying the events that formed our language is vital to understand not only why we speak the way we do, but it also enables us to understand who we are. It comprises French, Latin, German, Norse, and a few lesser known tongues. Before there was written English, our texts were primarily written in Latin, and were reserved to be read by only the Pious and Royal. We also have historical landmarks such as Stonehenge that can gui...
  • English Class System And Socialism
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    George Orwell was born Eric Arthur Blair on June 25, 1903 in Moti hari in India, which was at that time part of the British Empire. His family was not very wealthy and like most middle-class English families of that time, their livelihood depended on the Empire. In 1907, his family returned to England. His parents managed to send him to a private school in Sussex and when he was thirteen, he won a scholarship to Wellington. Soon after that, he won another scholarship to the well-known public sch...
  • Indian Writing In English
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    Indian writing in English Raja Ram mohan Ray was the first Indian to effectively express himself in black and white through English though he was initiated to the language when he was in his teens. Thereafter Vivekananda showed his perfect masterly over the language through his evocative prose, which made the west sit up and take notice of the greatness of Hinduism. Tagore also had written some poems in English. However, there is no denying the fact that Indian writings in English were extremely...
  • State's General Grading Rubric For Writing
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    Indian land rights Tribal Affiliations The injustices that happened long ago are still not fixed and need to be, because they are visible everyday through the hardships these people face. Introduction Ever since Europeans discovered America Native Americans began losing the irland progress Information Rules Information Rules I. Chapter 1 In this book Carl Shapiro and Hal R. Varian provide an overview of the competitive playing field of the network economy, and highlight the key economic rules th...
  • Second Piece Of Writing
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    Albert Einstein once stated, "The most incomprehensible thing about the world is that it is all comprehensible". I'm sure he was thinking of the potential contained in tiny bits of matter, but for me, the incomprehensible had a much more practical place: the subject of English. My journey to make sense of this began in English 0920. I now know that with the knowledge I have learned, I can comprehend English. When I was in high school I seemed to sneak through the cracks, and I had not taken an E...
  • English 1100 And 1200
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    Do We Need to How Know Write to? You are eighteen years old, sitting in front of a blank computer screen. It's already twelve o'clock, you just got back from your friend's house, and a paper is due tomorrow; a paper that you were assigned two weeks ago. The paper is on a book you never read by Patty Davis. It's late and you are tired. With a click of a mouse, a few entered words, and some brief scanning, you have located a paper online with exactly what you are looking for. Before even proofread...
  • English 103 Oral Communication Class
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    Life is very difficult for the first generation of immigration in America. There are many reasons responsible to this situation, both from society and from individuals. I think one of the major reasons is our poor English. I have been in United States more than ten years and I have a nice job, working for a biotech company as a senior scientist and the Research Manager. But my English is still very poor, because almost all the scientists in my company are Chinese. The major language we speak at ...
  • Writing Papers
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    My Writing Experience I would have to say that my writing experience began at an early age. While I was growing up I had to learn how to adapt with my parents. That might sound a little funny but my parents have a disability and that is they are hearing impaired. Growing up I learned how to sign but some things were difficult. Another way of communicating was through writing. I feel writing is very important to me, not only communicating with my parents, but expressing my feelings as well. It is...
  • College English Class
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    Lacking experience in writing, English is my most feared subject. My parents and my other instructors always told me that I'm a very bright individual and my accomplishments in other subjects prove that. I've conquered math, science, and history like gold but faced with writing, I would coward with fear. To me writing equals more stress and frustration. That's why I have I tried to avoid taking English during my college career and focus all my energy towards area's that I have strength and faith...
  • Essay Writing
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    This year in English we had an IMMENSE amount of projects. Although at many times I was overwhelmed with work, this class has taught me a lot. These projects have involved using all aspects of what we knew prior to this class, including the first day of class when we discussed our meaningful learning experience, up to recently when we did the poem anthology. All of these "great" projects tested our skill in writing and helped us to become better writers. I made great progress in my abilities to ...
  • My Reading And Writing
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    This past year in English 3 has been an experience that has most definitely improved my reading and writing skills dramatically. I am now reading twice as much as I ever have. Once I started reading over 300 pages every few months, I became on a strict schedule and now I can't stop. As far as writing goes, our writing notebooks have helped improve my "off the top of my head" writing as well as making essays feel more natural. I have never been a big fan of reading, but the key has always been to...
  • From Silence To Words Lu's Struggle
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    An Analysis of From Silence to Words: Writing as Struggle Through this essay, Min-zhan Lu depicts the struggles she faced growing up in China while speaking English. I feel the paragraph that best exemplifies this struggle is one found on page 239. In this one paragraph, Lu expresses her fear of losing command over the two languages that she speaks, English and Chinese. She feels that she cannot write, as she is required to write for school, without the influences of her language and culture fro...

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