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    SHIFT+UP ARROW REF: WD 32 27. You can select a document by using the ____ key. a. SHIFT+HOME c. SHIFT+END b. CTRL+A d. CTRL+SHIFT+END REF: WD 32 28. You can select a paragraph by using the ____ key. a. CTRL+END c. CTRL+SHIFT+DOWN ARROW b. SHIFT+HOME d. CTRL+SHIFT+END REF: WD 32 29. You can select multiple paragraphs by using the ____ key repeatedly. a. CTRL+END c. SHIFT+HOME b. CTRL+A d. CTRL+SHIFT+DOWN ARROW REF: WD 32 30. You can select a word by using the ____ key. a. CTRL+SHIFT+LEFT

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    THE FOUR TYPES OF PARAGRAPHS (With Examples) There are four types of paragraphs we write. They include: narrative, informative, descriptive, and persuasive. All paragraphs have certain elements, but the four types are also different from one another in how they are composed. Look at the outline about paragraphs in general. All paragraphs: 1. It has a strong beginning, or introduction sentence, which states the main idea clearly. 2. It has several supporting sentences which make up the

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    The important thing in each paragraph the main point, and all sentences in the paragraph should be clearly related to that point. The main idea must be supported with examples, specific information that develops or details. Paragraph writing is the foundation of all essay writing, even if the essay builds by forms like expository, persuasive, narrative, or creative. Also, these paragraphs depend on the four essentials like unity, order, coherence, and completeness.  The first essay "Simplicity"

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    Angel Zhang English 2 HP Mr. Hodges 12 August 2015 LAW Summer Assignment Chapter 6 Questions: 1. How does the structure of a middle paragraph differ from the structure of an introductory paragraph? From that of a concluding paragraph? a. The introductory and concluding paragraphs lead to or from a point, resulting in “triangular” formats, whereas the middle paragraphs are points, so they are rectangular shaped. 2. What is the main purpose of paragraphing? a. The main purpose of paragraphing is to

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    How to write 3 paragraph essay responses Before you read: Take note of the title, the author’s name and look to see if there is any biographical information on the author. Have you heard of this author before? You might want to Google him/her. Go on the internet to look over the periodical (publication) that the article came from. What do you already know about the subject, the publication or the website it came from? I recommend that you print out a hard copy of the reading. That

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    relevant paragraphs from the selection follow reading comprehension answers and are shown in parentheses in the discussion answers. Suggested Answers for “Three Passions”—Bertrand Russell Note: The numbers in parentheses refer to relevant paragraphs in the selection. Reading Comprehension Questions 1. d 2. a 3. d Answer a is too narrow; answer b is unsupported; answer c is too broad. 4. a Paragraph 1 5. b. Paragraph 2

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    Five Paragraph Essay Outline Teachers can use these steps to teach students how to write a great five paragraph essay by using outlines and properly organizing thoughts, topics, and details. These directions are written for students to follow when choosing a topic, creating a basic outline, and writing the essay. Read more: http://www.brighthub.com/education/k-12/articles/2999.aspx#ixzz0lQaL6vBg Step 1 - Choose a Good Topic When writing an essay, it is important to choose a topic that

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    Analysis On February 22, 2016 author John Warner published an article on Just Visiting entitled “Kill the 5-Paragraph Essay.” Warner creatively talks about how rudimentary of a structure this type of essay holds. Writers are locked inside a cage of regulations and guidelines making them unable to write the essay as they please, but rather having to piece together regulated sentences and paragraphs because that’s what they have been told would score high on certain test questions. The article targets

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    article does not go into detail on the impact it made upon the leaders and people involved, nor does it give the most accurate, in stone details. This article places emphases on a collection of documents rather than an informational article. In paragraph one, disaster hit the city of St. Louis on the fifteenth of July in 1823. News eventually spread by the Missouri Republican. The newspaper stated, “The Blackfoot had attacked trappers on the Yellowstone River near the Crow village.” The newspaper

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    comparison and contrast you provide is very effective. However, I am still not entirely sure what your proposition is. It feels as though each paragraph is a small argument that can stand on its own, but the common thread linking them all is just the structure. It isn’t until the conclusion that I can get an idea of what your point is. I think a clear introductory paragraph would really help to avoid confusion. Score: 3 Invention: As I stated in the cognition section, this is clearly a justificatory argument

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