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Blue Print for Writing Well

Blue Print for Writing Well

Blue Print for Writing Well. Based on Stephen King ’ s On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft His expertise on the writer ’ s “ toolbox. ” http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=QQ_S89fdg38#t=0. Vocabulary. Don't write fancy; use plain and direct language.

By Solomon
(466 views)

The Illinois Expungement/Sealing Statute

The Illinois Expungement/Sealing Statute

The Illinois Expungement/Sealing Statute. Section 5 of the Criminal Identification Act, 20 ILCS 2630/5. Basic Readability Statistics. 4,265 Words 70 Sentences 21 Paragraphs. Average of 61 words per sentence Average of 3.3 sentences per paragraph. 1.) 242 words 2.) 209 words

By issac
(287 views)

Business Communication Workshop

Business Communication Workshop

Business Communication Workshop. Course Coordinator: Ayyaz Qadeer Lecture # 17. Bad-News Messages. Recapitulation. We have discussed how to resolve Business Problems The Three-Step writing process Strategies for Bad-News Messages: When delivering bad news, you have five main goals

By niveditha
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Finish up APA style Ethics

Finish up APA style Ethics

Finish up APA style Ethics. Psych 231: Research Methods in Psychology. Quiz 4: Due Fri. Sept. 16 (by midnight) Exam 1 : on Monday Mixture of multiple choice and short answer University college writing help: http://www.ucollege.ilstu.edu/tutoring/writing/

By bernad
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Active and Passive Voice

Active and Passive Voice

Active and Passive Voice. Take out : -Writer’s Notebook -GA Studies materials. Defining “Voice”. “Voice” is a characteristic of verbs which indicates the relation of the verb’s action to its subject. The voice of a verb may be either “active” or “passive.”. Active Voice.

By Audrey
(329 views)

Using Active and Passive Voice

Using Active and Passive Voice

Using Active and Passive Voice. Would you rather?. Watch Lebron play basketball or some random person sitting in the stands?. Verbs and Voice. Voice is the form a verb takes to indicate whether the subject of the verb performs or receives the action.

By arleen
(329 views)

Pasado Participio

Pasado Participio

Pasado Participio. Past Participle. To form the past participle, simply drop the infinitive ending (-ar, -er, -ir) and add - ado (for -ar verbs) or - ido (for -er, -ir verbs). Ejemplos: caminar - ar + ado = caminando correr - er + ido = corrido vivir - ir + ido = vivido. -er

By niveditha
(474 views)

Active and Passive Voice

Active and Passive Voice

Active and Passive Voice. VOICE indicates if the subject acts or is being acted upon. ACTIVE VOICE : Kristen wrote the report (the subject, Kristen, acts). PASSIVE VOICE : The report was written by Kristen (the subject, the report, was acted upon). Active and Passive Voice.

By Olivia
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Portfolio 2: Reflection on the editing sessions Any writing exercises done in class

Portfolio 2: Reflection on the editing sessions Any writing exercises done in class

Portfolio 2: Reflection on the editing sessions Any writing exercises done in class Draft with your peers’ comments (if you did not yet pass it in) Your last reflection (if you did not yet pass it in) Today: Workplace genres Agency and verbs Passive voice and active voice

By zaza
(124 views)

U.S. Department of Agriculture Plain Writing Tools and Resources

U.S. Department of Agriculture Plain Writing Tools and Resources

U.S. Department of Agriculture Plain Writing Tools and Resources. October 2011. USDA Plain Writing… It Matters. Police Begin Campaign to Run Down Jaywalkers Enraged Cow Injures Farmer with Ax Farmer Bill Dies in House Teacher Strikes Idle Kids Miners Refuse to Work after Death

By talor
(231 views)

Passive vs. Active Voice

Passive vs. Active Voice

Passive vs. Active Voice. Passive Voice. The ball was thrown by the football player. Direct object verb actor/doer Verb in form “to-be” + past participle The subject is the object of the action, not the doer of the action

By tirza
(286 views)

Active and Passive Voice

Active and Passive Voice

Active and Passive Voice. VOICE indicates if the subject acts or is being acted upon. ACTIVE VOICE : Kristen wrote the report (the subject, Kristen, acts). PASSIVE VOICE : The report was written by Kristen (the subject, the report, was acted upon). Active and Passive Voice.

By wolfgang
(650 views)

To Be or Not to Be

To Be or Not to Be

To Be or Not to Be. Verb Choice. What You Should Know About Verbs. The verbs of being are indeed verbs. The verbs of being are: am, is, are, was, were, be, been, am. Sometimes we can avoid using a verb of being with the – ing form of a verb to strengthen our writing.

By ninon
(352 views)

The Illinois Expungement/Sealing Statute

The Illinois Expungement/Sealing Statute

The Illinois Expungement/Sealing Statute. Section 5 of the Criminal Identification Act, 20 ILCS 2630/5. Basic Readability Statistics. 4,265 Words 70 Sentences 21 Paragraphs. Average of 61 words per sentence Average of 3.3 sentences per paragraph. 1.) 242 words 2.) 209 words

By nora
(198 views)

CHAPTER 3

CHAPTER 3

CHAPTER 3. Composing Business Messages. Search manually (books, magazines, journals). Access electronically (Internet, databases, compact disks). Go to the source (interviews, surveys, questionnaires, focus groups). Conduct scientific experiments (measure variables using control groups).

By eros
(323 views)

Agenda for May 1, 2009

Agenda for May 1, 2009

Agenda for May 1, 2009. Check WAG Textbook pages 315-325 and WAG Workbook Pages 13-18. PPT: Passive and Active Voice Do WAG Textbook pages 326-328, Exercises 20 & 22. Do Worksheets on “Active and Passive Voice,” 10.3 and 11.3, front and back .

By deanna
(153 views)

History of Grammar Formalisms

History of Grammar Formalisms

History of Grammar Formalisms. Grammar Formalisms: 11-722 Spring Term, 2004 Lori Levin. What is a Grammar Formalism? From Formal Language Theory. A language A language L is a possibly infinite set of strings. The strings are made from a finite alphabet.

By azura
(347 views)

Passive + Present Perfect developed by 4V3L1N0

Passive + Present Perfect developed by 4V3L1N0

Passive + Present Perfect developed by 4V3L1N0. Shakespeare wrote ‘Hamlet’. They grow oranges in California. You can’t wash this dress. . ‘Hamlet’ was written by Shakespeare. Oranges are grown in California. This dress can’t be washed. Remember!. 4V3L1N0. With the Simple Past we use:

By hadassah
(725 views)

Active and Passive Voice

Active and Passive Voice

Active and Passive Voice. Dr Julia Miller English for Uni www.adelaide.edu.au/english-for-uni. The teaching materials in this PowerPoint presentation have been developed by Dr Julia Miller and are available on the English for Uni website.

By dutch
(245 views)

Active vs . Passive Voice

Active vs . Passive Voice

Active vs . Passive Voice. English 1 Level 2. What is Passive Voice?. In sentences written in passive voice, the subject receives the action expressed in the verb; the subject is acted upon. The agent performing the action may appear in a "by the . . ." phrase or may be omitted.

By belicia
(354 views)

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