Develop Your Argument Points

A lot of times and you see this especially in younger authors who haven’t written as many essays but a lot of time they will spend their time developing linguistic or rhetorical flourishes rather than substantive points so you want to be substantial in what you’ve said you don’t want to waste your language are your words you want to get to the point right also just think about this way especially if you’re writing for college or for a class or something like this you don’t want to you want your your reader in many cases your teacher to know immediately what it is you’re talking about and what… Read More

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How to Write a Formal Letter

Step 1: Type your address Type your address and telephone number 2 inches from the top of the page, flush left. Do not include your name or title here. It will be included in the closing. Step 2: Type the date Type the date – month, day, and year – one line below your address and telephone number, flush left. Step 3: Type the recipient’s address Type the recipient’s name, title, and address one line below the date, flush left. Whenever possible, address the letter to a specific individual. Step 4: Type the salutation Type the recipient’s personal title and full name in the salutation, one line after the recipient’s… Read More

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