By following the tactics and techniques taught in this course, you will be able to write a coherent and convincing essay.
The leaves rustled in the trees and the trees swayed slightly, making groaning heavy sounds.
The bells pealed through the clatter and the children shuffled back to class.
Tears welled up in his eyes and silently coursed down his cheeks. d) My feet sunk into the sand as I walked along the shore.
Danielle leaned against the fence and admired the scene before her with awe.
This tutorial will teach you to ‘unravel’ an essay question and really look in-depth at the question posed.
This will involve analysing the phrases used, the vocabulary, and the grammar.
The numerical formats may use a full stop (.) or hyphen (-) instead of a slash (/), for example: 14.3.2016 or 03-14-16 Note that another format exists which writes the date numerically in the order Year-Month-Day, for example: 2016/03/14.
This is rare in British or American English and used mainly in very official or technical documents.
It will cover selecting and rejecting ideas, categorising them, and choosing in what order and framework to present them within the essay itself.
This tutorial will guide you through how to re-arrange your ideas and put them into effective paragraphs that will present your argument to its best advantage.