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Special Techniques To Use to Make your Writing Better


College years are the best, the most remarkable and fun days of our lives, therefore we should spend them in the way that can make them remarkable and fun. Doing this, we must not forget that the key aim of us being here is studying; getting necessary skills to proceed with work in our field. Everything you dwell on turns out to be done and completed well.

Accept writing. Every time you turn your paper in, expecting on your deserved “A”, you get a good mark and your tutor explains that you lack that little trifle that makes your work look like “the A type”. It’s time to take some actions to correct the absence of that trifle. Sometimes even postgraduates are asked to reconsider some of the stylistic points of their thesis paper and add something that makes it more interesting to read. Here is some advice on how to insert interesting stylistic points into your work. It is quite easy to insert a rhetorical question in any thesis, even if it is a complicated paper, like computer science thesis. By a rhetorical question we mean a question that doesn’t need an answer, a poser that can possibly be answered only by a person wondering. Technically it is used to turn one’s attention to the statement. This question makes a reader think it over and find the answer. This stylistic matter makes a reader or a listener involved in the topic. This way your work is absorbed easier than if you present bare statements to reveal your researched topic.

Quotations can make even a dissertation look brighter and more informative. When you quote, it means that the principles of work of the scientist you use are very familiar and close to your way of thinking. It also shows how deeply you have researched your topic and how well you can operate the knowledge you got out of that. A quotation makes your work easy to understand and the interest of the reader increases. One more point is the lexical structure of your paper. There should be a number of various linking words and phrases that make your language look rich and convincing. The number of nouns is quite limited, but the number of adjectives and adverbs that you know and also can for can not be counted. Therefore it is wise to use some of them in your presentation speech and in your paper. You have to prove to your advisors and audience that you deserve to be called a scholar for your effective statement, presentation skills and literate and stylistically well-composed language. All things considered, you have to think over every detail of your paper and only then turn it in. If you add some little trifles in your paper, the success is guaranteed. Sometimes it is better to overdo than to underdo the work. You’ll work hard and the whole thing might even seem senseless in the end, but your satisfaction will have no border when you get your deserved “A” and recognition as the best writer in class.

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