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The thesis statement is the most important part of any academic paper and arguably the most challenging to write. When you stop and think about it, having one sentence that defines everything...
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If you aren’t sure how to format a paper in MLA style, here’s some information on how to do just that!
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How do you end a strong, organized paper? With a killer conclusion, of course!
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How can you keep your ideas clear and organized? What do you do if your sentence sounds confusing? Check your word choice!
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Unsure of how you could format an APA style paper? Check out this tutorial for some help!
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Watch this video to be sure that your paper is clearly organized and for helpful tips when writing an argumentative proposition and topic sentences!
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Parallelism and how to format it.. read on for more info!
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What is that piece of grammar that happens when the descriptive information is sandwiched between commas.. um.. uh.. APPOSITIVE! Need more information..check out below!
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Comma-confusion? Check out this video for some quick & easy references, like ‘fanboys’!
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“When does a word become possessive?” “When do I need to use an apostrophe?” If you have these questions… check out the video below!
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Avoid repetitive phrases in your writing and connect your ideas smoothly!
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There’s a comma to every list, and here’s a few conjunctions too!
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Do you need to write a research paper but don’t know where to start? This tutorial will help you get started with the writing process.
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Do you know when you use ‘good’ or ‘well’ in a sentence? Click here to find out!
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Pronouns can help vary our sentences and avoid repetition. Did you know there are 3 cases of pronouns? Take a few minutes to brush up on them. You’ll be glad you did!
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In academic writing I and me aren’t generally accepted; however, it’s still important to know when to use I in a sentence and when to use me!
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There are many parts where MLA format differs from APA format and that especially holds true for the first page. In MLA there is no cover page like there is in APA, instead you have a header (similar to the APA headers), an information section (top right), and a title (centered). Don’t forget that your paper should be double-spaced throughout…
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Every sentence should have a subject, a verb, and a complete thought to express. If you are missing any one of those elements, you are writing a sentence fragment…
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