For me most of the time I can say that I do like to write, but it’s the whole English writing that’s hard for me. Learning to write the English language was hard because it was a whole new way of speaking and writing a language. My essays didn’t turn out that good because of how I wrote them. I didn’t like going back and rewriting my essays because of the time it took me to write the best I could, but I think it paid off because I learned how to write more fluently and better in my essays. I enjoy writing essays because it helps me practice my writing. When it comes to writing an essay, I can be creative, but when I’m trying to make my sentences flow well it just gives me a headache. I don’t like essays; to me it’s the hardest form of writing. Also I think it’s because I don’t practice writing essays much and my attitude doesn’t help either. The three things for me that I would want to improve in so I could write better in my essays would be my grammar, punctuation, and the descriptive details.
I think proper grammar is essential to effective communication when writing an essay. In my Buhl High School English class Mrs. Bunn always gave us topics that were useless to write about or sometimes movies that she said were going to help us in college. I don’t know where Twilight comes into this and when we will use this for college, but I never got good grades for writing an essay about them because I never watched those movie series and never will. But now that I see that it wasn’t about just Twilight but learning how to write an essay of a movie to paper with good detail. The improper use of things like subject verb, agreement, and plurals make my essays or what I write difficult to understand, and the message that I am trying give can be lost. Poor grammar induces a poor perception of the person. When using proper grammar it can be perceived as someone who is knowledgeable and educated. Using improper grammar sends the message that you are uneducated or not well...
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