Punctuate the following passage, inserting capital letters where necessary. Use such paragraphs as you consider will improve understanding and style.
2. Discuss the tone of the piece. Pull examples from the text to support your discussion.
3) Revise the following list so that the lead-in is clear, easy to understand, and punctuated correctly. In addition, be sure the bullet items are grammatically parallel with one another.
8. When using direct quotations in your writing, which of the following should be placed outside the set of
7. Combine the following sentences into ONE stylistic sentence. Use any of the methods discussed in Chapter 8.
In the discussion, quotes have been used properly and been fully analyzed. Great ideas are also provided, but there are several grammatical errors. The author’s name has been spelling incorrect at beginning of the discussion. Maybe you should also split the discussion into several paragraphs instead of one to make it looks better.
I greatly enjoyed reading your analysis of this poem. I found it ironic that the events that happened in this story recently happened in my family. My grandma and grandpa had a house fire while they were sleeping and my grandmother got badly burned but my grandpa tried to save her and he did get burned on his hand. I like how the man in the poem remained true to his for his wife through all the years of her death.
L5 - Why did you choose to replace the “tooth” in this line with “feather” in its repetition later in the piece? I feel as though using the same phrase at the beginning and at the end would serve to bring the piece together back full circle to a further extent, but it’s all up to you!
In the first full paragraph on the third page he says “I think though, that in time, I’ll be able to become better at my job and ensure that every patient I see makes it out of the ICU, because every patient is a human being that I’ll get to know.” He needs to add a comma after the word think. In the same paragraph Andrew says “ I’m a people person and I would the chance to get to know my patients on a level that makes them feel at home in the ICU.” He needs to add the word like between the words would and the. In the following paragraph he needs to add a comma after the word way, and he needs to change the word saves to save. In the last paragraph on the third page Andrew should change the word in to the word of, and add a comma after the word intensivist. In the last paragraph on the fourth page he needs to add a comma after the word programs. In the last paragraph on the fourth page into the first paragraph on the fifth page, he needs to add commas after the words Truman and lot. Since this is a research essay, Andrew needs to add his works cited page at the end of his
I would like to do this individually with N first and then bring in the brothers. She did not mention much of her brothers in class, I think the one was the responsible one making sure homework got done, and the other brother was a best friend to her. I am curious and would like to work with the siblings. I would want to see the roles she would say her brothers had, and if they would agree with those same roles or not. While I have N by herself in the session I would want to work at her feelings associated with the roles she took on, and what her brother’s roles were in relation to hers and process threw those emotions. In the sibling session I would want to have them select for themselves what each other their roles were and see if there were the same as the ones N picked for her brothers. If the roles are not I would have them discuss and work on clearing up the discrepancies, feelings and beliefs held growing up. The next exercise I would want to use would be the Giving Up Control. I remember she said something about having control problems during her story. With just N in session talking about her control or lack of growing up. Working at what were the circumstances that made her feel the need to control and manipulate throughout her life. Also on page 77 the completing the sentence stems and exploring why she filled in what she filled in and the
P4, L2-5 - Some of the lines in this paragraph, in my opinion, felt as though they could benefit from some general restructuring and rewording as they can potentially come across as confusing in their current organization. For example, one potential correction could read: “Using the TSER point scale, I tested the correlation between a higher efficiency value and the chance of a winning season. I also calculated the quarterbacks’ career and seasonal values. The average efficiency (?) values ranged from 8 to 16.2, footballer (?) Daunte Culpepper at the high end. The variation in the data could be explained by the differences in the teams these quarterbacks played for, all of which have different offensive styles”. I would then recommend a transition before the next sentence, but it’s all up to you! I feel as though the active voice of “I also calculated their career and seasonal values” fits the tone of the piece better than the passive voice of “Their career and seasonal values were also
• Make each bullet point brief yet descriptive; This is not the place for paragraphs
And they the champions of the catch say that they are the greatest, but none have yet to conquer monsters as I have, I have battled with the oceans pets and I alone single handed have left
These days, many songs repeat the same sounds again and again. Also, singers and songwriters say it is really important to create songs that are catchy and that everyone can sing along to easily. Most songs that are popular worldwide are easy to remember because they constantly repeat the same sounds. The repeating sound is referred to as ‘rhyme’, and according to Cambridge dictionary it means two or more words with the same final sound, or the use of such words, especially at the end of lines in a poem or song. The Billboard charts show weekly population of songs or albums in the United States. If a song were placed in high rank on this chart, it would mean the song is popular in world not only in the United States but worldwide. After learning this, I checked some of the song lyrics that had high ranks, and I noticed the songs have a lot of rhymes. Moreover, Songs are not the only type of media that uses words that rhyme. As Paul Muldoon said fifty percent of television ads use rhymes. The rhyme is around us at all times. People just do not realize because rhyme comes naturally to everyone. I actually thought the word ‘Rhyme scheme’ was created in the twenty-first century. However, I realized that is not true after I learned about the sonnet in class. Usually, sonnets use rhymes a lot. There are two major rhyme schemes on sonnet: Petrarchan (or Italian) sonnet and Shakespearean (or English) Sonnet. Both
Are drugs really the answer to anyone’s problems? “Comfortably Numb,” a song, written by Roger Waters of the band Pink Floyd is about depression, mental health and drug use in the music culture. They write about a person who focuses on escaping his own mind because he can’t bear what is going on in the outside world. The band mate retreats to his inner self and is having conflict with the physical world. “Comfortably Numb” is a song (in it’s generation) that most people, who were having problems, could relate to by taking drugs to dull the pain.