Academic Writing: A Practical Guide for Students by Stephen Bailey

By Stephen Bailey

This paintings takes a fresh method of the tutorial writing direction, delivering simply comprehensible language set inside of a transparent constitution. This layout permits scholars to enhance their writing with out slowing their development with complicated vocabulary. fabric is split into brief, simply viable sections permitting academics and scholars the pliability they should emphasise sure features or while time is brief. factors are via examples to augment development.

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C) Used by farmers to select peanuts (for wet) or . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . d) Dr Kanani of Gujarat Agricultural University has found that . . . . . . . . .................................... 5 Conjunctions 25 7. Link the notes together to make a complete summary using conjunctions where necessary. Check the final text for factual accuracy. Indian scientists are checking ………… 8. The original text was about 150 words. The summary above is about 50, so the original has been reduced by about 65%.

What can be done to help students adapt better? summary The aim of the study was to explore differing degrees of adjustment to life at a British university among overseas students from a variety of cultural backgrounds. 250 valid questionnaires were completed, representing about a third of the overseas student population, with significant numbers of Chinese, SE Asian and Middle Eastern students. 4 Comparison Essay 5. Study the notes for the essay below and write a conclusion in about 100 words. A comparison of classroom learning with internet-based teaching.

A) It is something that no one can deny. b) The development in technology has provided us with many devices and machines that facilitate our lives. Nowadays, factories produce more in less time and that helps the economies of countries. The different scientific discoveries have improved the quality of life as well. The development in the medical field is an example; vaccines and antibiotics have saved many lives. Take Japan, a country with few natural riches, where most of the land is mountains, but it is now one of the strongest countries economically.

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