Exclamation mark Essays & Research Papers

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  • Exclamation Point Use - 409 Words
    Contain The Excitement! At the start of its life in the world of grammar, the exclamation point was used for declaration. He would often be seen following a group of emotions specifically devoted to expressing themselves emphatically. The exclamation point was always seen alone, however as time moved forward he would soon be joined by his peers. Today the exclamation point is over populated. In these expressive times we must decrease the use of the exclamation point and stop the abuse of...
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  • english coursework - 1089 Words
    ‘Texting has added a new dimension to language use’ explore a range of texts to investigate to what extent this is true, referring to public attitudes and describe Texting has rapidly become one of the most popular ways of communication in the modern day, with the language and general rules of texting easy to learn. I will be looking at a collection of personal texts in order to gain a better understanding of the situations certain devices are used, and by what kinds of people use specific...
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  • Narrative 5 Dialogue - 89 Words
    “What are you doing ?!” shouted Jones angrily. “What, it wasn't my fault!” cried Riyan. “YOU bumped into my car first!” Jones shouted as loud as he could. “NO, you should have watched”, Riyan refuted. Jones questioned, “Do you actually have eyes? Are you blind or something?” “Well I don’t see any on your face”, said Riyan. Jones pointed out, “You are as thin as a skeleton.” Riyan exclaimed, “Watch what you say pig!” “Pig is better than a skeleton.” question mark, exclamation mark: act as...
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  • Static Image Essay - 265 Words
    Static Image Essay My Cd cover is based on the text ‘The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night Time’. My target audiences are teenagers and people with mental disabilities. Visual feature 1: The question and exclamation marks. This is relevant because it relates to both people with and without mental disabilities. The line dividing the two marks is a representation of how in modern society people with mental disabilities and with out is usually divided in to two groups, which...
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  • Living apart together - 456 Words
    Assignment A – ”Living Apart Together” (L.A.T.) More and more people in the US are starting to live separate from their partner, despite their strong commitment to each other. It is a way of living, which is commonly chosen by couples that have experienced a divorce or have children who they do not want to involve in a new relationship. 1. Explaining what ”Living Apart Together” is, and give an outline of the different views presented in texts 2 and 3. - Living apart together is when a...
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  • Weavers vs. Machines - 588 Words
    Weavers vs. Machines In 1786, on behalf of thousands of workers in the cloth manufacturing business, a petition was created to speak out against the invention and use of Scribbling- Machines. Although the speed of cloth production increased, as well as the amount of labor needed decreased, it ended up causing more harm than good in the eyes of the workers. The Leeds woolen workers created this petition to try and get rid of using machines, instead of humans, to create cloth. The new...
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  • Conte Poem Analysis - 1022 Words
    Lenae Gomez ENG 110.3 Professor Unger February 11, 2013 Au Contraire In “Conte” by Marilyn Hacker, Cinderella shows the reader a glimpse of her life after the childhood tale ends, a less happier ending than the original story implies. She feels trapped in a constant state of misery and boredom in the royal palace. Without life experience guiding her, Cinderella is in a dilemma caused by her ignorance of the potential consequences of her actions. With the use of irony, structure, and...
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  • Comparison of Two Poems - 1156 Words
    In two of D.H Lawrence’s works Bat and Man and Bat, both poems portray the author’s encounters with bats and his feeling of disgust towards them. In this essay I will compare the two poems in terms of tone, rhythm, diction and style. Both Bat and Man and bat started with a peaceful tone; the author describes the setting in Florence, Italy and gives a calming tone to the readers. However, as the author proceeds with the poem, and starts to introduce a bat, the tone starts to change. In...
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  • Death of a Salesman - Unfair Situation
    Death of a Salesman In the passage of the story “Death of a Salesman” written by Arthur Miller, the author manages to create an unfair situation for Willy Lowman by showing how Howard humiliates him in the whole conversation. Also, by showing Howard is not interested at Willy situation at all. In addition to this, by using stage directions and exclamation marks the writer creates a tense atmosphere which contributes to an unfair situation. To start with, Howard fires Willy in a really unfair...
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  • Sample Q - 326 Words
    (Answer Key Listed on the Last Page) MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question. 1) When backed by buying power, wants become ________. A) self-esteem needs B) physical needs C) demands D) exchanges E) social needs 2) When dealing with a(n) ________, managers must decide whether to invest in it in an attempt to build it into a star or cash cow or whether to phase it out. A) cash cow B) cat C) exclamation mark D) dog E) question mark...
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  • The Analysis of the Poem "Soliloquy of the Spanish Cloister"
    The peculiar essence of the poem "Soliloquy of the Spanish Cloister" written by Robert Browning lies in the impression of violent and disordered hatred. This feeling is revealed by the very structure of the work. The poem is framed by bestial growl at first word and closing line. The first onomatopeaic growl opens the soliloquist's confession of malice for Brother Lawrence: "Gr-r-r -- there go my heart's abhorrence!/ Water your damned flowerpots, do!" Another "Gr-r-r" marks the end of the work....
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  • The Stages of Emotional Realization - 532 Words
    A poem which appears to be about an ordinary everyday experience but which actually makes a deeper comment about life is “Mrs Tilscher’s Class” by Carol Ann Duffy. This poem shows the stages of emotional realisation as a child gradually enters adolescence. The focus of my essay will be to explain the techniques the writer has used to convey the image of a child growing up. I shall start this essay by stating some of the imagery used to elucidate the comparisons to everyday life and...
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  • Land Lord Lecture Paper
    MLA Literature Paper, with No Secondary Sources (Peel) Peel 1 Margaret Peel Professor Lin English 102 20 April XXXX Opposing Voices in “Ballad of the Landlord” Langston Hughes’s “Ballad of the Landlord” is narrated through four voices, each with its own perspective on the poem’s action. These opposing voices—of a tenant, a landlord, the police, and the press—dramatize a black man’s experience in a society Thesis states Peel’s main idea. dominated by whites. The main voice in...
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  • The Character Scetch of Phoebe Caulfield
    Phoebe Caulfield Character Analysis Holden talks his sister up to no end. She's the smartest kid ever, he assures us, as well as a great dancer, emotional, and funny. She always knows what you're talking about. She can tell the difference between a good movie and a bad one. She listens. Then we meet Phoebe. And basically, she's everything Holden said she would be. She's a pretty amazing character because she somehow manages to be all over the above, but still very much ten years old. (Check...
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  • Gang Initiation Warning vs. Toilet Spiders
    As I read both of these essays completely nonbiased to each of the situations, minus my fear of spiders, I came to the conclusion that if I had to put one above the other I would choose the “Gang Initiation Warning” above the “Toilet Spiders” essay simply because the essay about the gangs was more realistic than the one on the toilet spiders. Both papers were a bit extreme and seemed to have a purpose of just inducing fear on people; but the issue for me was, which is more believable and...
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  • Rhetorical Strategies in Howards End
    Cait Sackman Mrs. Mary Ellen Minogue A.P. Language and Composition A October 3, 2013 Foster’s Rhetorical Strategies Master novelists craft their texts in such a way that style supports subject matter. In a passage from the beginning of Chapter XX in the novel Howards End by E.M. Forster, it is clear, due to Forster’s use of rhetorical strategies, that the power of love is underestimated. Forster uses diction, syntax, and tone to illustrate this concept of love....
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  • monkeys paw essay - 309 Words
     The Monkeys Paw Essay W.W. Jacobs uses a lot of his techniques to build up suspense and creating tension thought his use of techniques. W.W. Jacobs begins section three by describing a ‘huge new cemetery’. This straight away sets the scene and shows the negativity in section three, it also starts the section off with a dark and eerie imagery of the whole section. Jacobs also shows that both couple are frail and powerless he shows this by saying ‘too heavy for the old...
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  • The Drover S Wife - 490 Words
    The Drover’s wife Exposition Outline of the setting – desolated, harsh environment, poor living, bleak, Australian bush Outline meaning sketch which is the narrative form of his writing, the first two paragraphs are pretty brief about its setting Techniques Technique Example Explain Tone – unequivocal (clear, leaving no doubt) ‘near waterless creek’ ‘nothing to relieve the eye’ describes harsh and barren landscape Use of accumulation “built of round timber, slabs and stringy-bark, and floored...
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  • Case 13 - 594 Words
    True to Myself Ethney Gentry is for a midsized Tulsa-based oil company where she believes that the main reason as to why she is being hired was because of her gender. After having a meeting with Alexis, the first female manager at the company, she realizes that to get promoted at this company she may have to change the way she behaves. Alexis, who now goes by Alex to fit in with the boys, was in a similar situation when she started at the company and was passed over and ignored simply because...
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  • Analysis and Commentary of "Telephone Conversation" by Wole Soyinka
    Analysis and Commentary of “Telephone Conversation” by Wole Soyinka This poem is about the perceptions, attitudes and problems between the black and white skinned people/races. In this short poem of a telephone conversation between a dark skinned West African and a British landlady, the writer, Wole Soyinka, effectively makes others aware of the prejudice and tantrums thrown by the whites to the blacks. This poem emphasises the racism and criticism of Whites against the Blacks. In this...
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  • Sentence and Dear Cubicle Neighbor
    E-mail Etiquette Read the following e-mails. For each e-mail: • Describe any content and formatting errors found. • Determine if the content is appropriate for a workplace setting. If it is, explain why. If not, identify the errors made and rewrite the e-mail, to be appropriate. E-mail One To: Tom Subject line: Talent Reallocation Tom, This e-mail is in reference to the two employees who are going to be terminated Friday. We have determined that they are Nicole Stone and...
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  • How effective is Old Major's speech: Animal Farm
    How effective is Old Major’s speech in chapter one? In Chapter one, Old Major gives a speech about how the animals should rebel against Mr Jones, the human and leader of the farm in order to please all of the animals by having satisfactory amounts of the essentials. This rebellion would lead into Animalism. Animalism represents communism and how all animals should be equal. Old Major symbolizes Lenin. Lenin was a revolutionary thinker who came up with the basic concept of the Russian...
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  • Writing Tips an Topics - 1485 Words
    This article is mainly designed for EFL students Writing – Tips and Topics 1 - 10 Tips for good writing 1) Read the statement carefully and make sure you understand it. Always decide on what you are going to write before you start. Make a list of your main points .Then write the 1st draft .Read it again and again and correct any possible mistakes . 2) It should be easy to identify the introduction, development and conclusion. Each section should have at least one separate paragraph....
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  • Example of Punctuation Lesson - 401 Words
    Grade/LevelGrade 1 Students 20 students, varying levels (many low), including ELL Subject Area(s)Language Arts (English)Concept(s)Students will interview another student. We will construct sentences from questions asked. Students will write sentences formed.State Academic Content Standard(s)Display: l CA- California K-12 Academic Content StandardsSubject: English Language ArtsGrade: Grade OneArea: Written and Oral English Language Conventions The standards for written and oral English...
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  • Analysis of Mood in Porphyria's Lover
    Erin Brewton Rosemary Royston ENGL 2601 21 October 2012 Mood in Porphyria’s Lover Robert Browning uses powerful moments of personification and imagery that linger in a reader’s mind. However, the one craft that truly stands out is the mood of the poem. Browning uses specific word choice, imagery, and tone to shape the mood into what can best be described as haunting. Given the topic of the piece, the reaction to find the piece haunting only seems natural. But Browning uses some very...
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  • Driving the Highway for Destruction - 961 Words
    As more incidents of fatal motor accidents flood in and the death road toll of young people slowly increases, media moguls, concerned youths and the general community alike have expressed discontent to such reckless behaviour. In an imploring opinion piece, titled “Driving the Highway from Destruction!” (Place of publication: Ednews, Date: unknown), an astute student, Elly heart denounces such misconceptions imposed upon young people and vehemently argues for the change in public perceptions and...
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  • I'M Nobody, Who Are You - Emily Dickinson
    "I'm Nobody! Who are you?" This poem opens with a literally impossible declaration—that the speaker is “Nobody.” This nobody-ness, however, quickly comes to mean that she is outside of the public sphere; perhaps, here Dickinson is touching on her own failure to become a published poet, and thus the fact that to most of society, she is “Nobody.” The speaker does not seem bitter about this—instead she asks the reader, playfully, “Who are you?,” and offers us a chance to be in cahoots with her...
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  • Judge Pyncheon - 516 Words
    The way a story is told is completely different depending on the narrator because of their point of view. An example of this incident is in the passage from Nathaniel Hawthorne¡¯s The House of the Seven Gables. The sarcastic way that the character Judge Pyncheon is revealed through the narrator is distinguished through the narrator¡¯s (not the author¡¯s) style of writing including tone, selection of detail, and syntax. The tone of this passage goes from a bitter sarcasm to an almost angry...
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  • Nancy Mairs A.K.A. "Crippled"
    Nancy Mairs is mentally strong and passionate. She refuses to indulge in the societies way of feeling sorry for those who are unfortunate, as in her case. She repudiates the very thought of social protection for her "unable" limbs. Mairs is an independent individualist who refuses to seek refuge for her "crippled" body. The word choice used by any writer can portray or hide any of the author's points or secrets. Nancy Mairs uses repetitive diction in which she repeats words such as...
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  • Life: Hand and Joe - 674 Words
    Totally Joe By James Howe Things To Know Before I start The Book Review: The book Totally Joe, starts with Joe writing a letter to a teacher who assigned a alphabiography project. In this letter he writes about how at first he thought the assignment was lame and boring. After he is done talking about that, he tells the teacher Mr. Daly to keep everything in the alphabiography a secret. This shows how much he trusts his teacher. In the first A, his chapter is about his oldest friend, Addie. Him...
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  • Emergent Literacy - 646 Words
     Emergent Literacy Theory is a theory created by many different researchers, so there is not necessarily one person that gets the credit for this theory. As early theorists looked into early literacy development they began to focus outside of word recognition and look at complimentary aspects of literacy. Emergent Literacy essentially “refers to a period in a child’s life between birth and when a child can read and write at a conventional level” (Morrow 2012). The term “emergent literacy”...
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  • What Is the Biggest Problem in Hawaii? How Do You Solve It?
    By [Your Name] Ms. Dawnie Ichimura English Composition May 7, 2013 OUTLINE TITLE Introduction [The first sub-topic] [First supporting information for the sub-topic] [Detail of the information] [Detail of the information] [Second supporting information for the sub-topic] 1. [Detail of the information] [Detail of the information] [The second sub-topic] A. [First supporting information for the sub-topic] 1. [Detail of the information] [Detail of the information] [Second...
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  • "That Woman on the Lawn" by Ray Bradbury
    In the poem "That Woman on the Lawn" by Ray Bradbury, the speaker experiences many different emotions throughout. His emotions seem to change from happy, sad, angry, or sometimes he is alright with the situation. You'd think that a person would be emotional when they see the ghost of their dead mother, and the author portrays his feelings throughout. Bradbury uses many key words and syntax to make these emotions come alive through the whole poem, and it seems to liven up the poem and let us into...
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  • Paper 2 - 604 Words
    the three gods of the Trimurti By Shary Monroe Prof. Christy Davis World Religions March 4, 2014 OUTLINE TITLE Introduction I. Name the three gods of the Trimurti. Describe the basic identities and roles of each of the gods A [First supporting information for the sub-topic] 1 [Detail of the information] 2 [Detail of the information] B [Second supporting information for the sub-topic] 1 [Detail of the information] 3 [Detail of the information] II. [The second sub-topic] A [First...
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  • Wrighting 2 - 1317 Words
    1. Which one of the following sentences or phrases is most likely to be considered a cliché? A. Look before you leap. B. How dead is a dead doornail? C. When in doubt, pout. D. Are you a man or a moose? 2. Which of the following would be an appropriate way to add variety to your sentences? A. Use questions and answers together. B. Use more close-up words. C. Add personal anecdotes. D. Make your sentences read like a spoken conversation. 3. Nelson's hobby is tinkering with small...
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  • Research Paper Part 2
    [TITLE] By Chermese Williams Dr. Paul Jacobs SEMI 500 September 5, 2014 OUTLINE TITLE Introduction I. Christain Pain and Suffering A The problem 1 Definitions and Terms 2 Physical, Mental and emotional affliction associated with Pain and suffering as a Christain. B Treatment 1 Biblical application through scripture and prayer 3 Building trust II. God is more than enough A Expectations 1 Sound doctrine faith 4 Biblical promises 5 Human faith C The process 1 Conversation, Conduct and...
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  • All my sons essay
    When they first meet, how does Miller’s writing reveal the way Kate and Annie feel about Larry? The play, ‘All My Sons’ by Arthur Miller focuses on the themes of loss, guilt and the past revealing itself in the present. When the characters first meet, Miller reveals that Kate and Ann feel very differently about Larry. Kate, Larry’s mother, refuses to believe he has died and needs other people around her to feel the same to give her feelings credibility, whereas Ann has come to terms with his...
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  • Language and Gender essay - 776 Words
    Language and Gender essay- Nora’s first job. Nora’s first job is an opening of a short story from an annual that has been published for girls. As the story is in a book that is aimed at girls. The language and the writing style would have been created to make the book easier to read for the audience. The writer would have to write about things that girls are going to find interesting otherwise they are not going to sell lots of their books. Throughout the texts many linguistic methods have been...
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  • Out, Out, Goes a Life: The Significance of Death in Society
    Allie Carrigan 10-22-12 Period G Out, Out, Goes A Life: The Significance of death in society The poem “Out, out, -,“ by Robert Frost tells the tale of a young boy in the backwoods of Vermont who loses his hand in the accident which leads to his eventual death. Told from the perspective of an onlooker, the poem utilizes imagery of nature, references to acceptance of death, and the speaker’s connotation of desperation to convey the theme. People acknowledge the inevitability of death so when...
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  • Macbeth Commentary - 278 Words
    Macbeth Commentary During life everybody has a downfall of sort, some maybe more significant than others. In selection #3 the purpose is to show the beginning of Macbethʼs downfall. Shakespeare uses literary devices like irony and the use of exclamation marks to illustrate this. Irony is used throughout Shakespeare's plays, in Macbeth the device irony is used frequently. An example is at the dinner when Macbeth says “And to our dear friend Banquo, whom we miss:/Would he were...
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  • Signal Words - 559 Words
    Signal Words--1 Signal Words* 1. Continuation Signals (Warning—there are more ideas to come.) and again a final reason last of all moreover other too also and finally furthermore likewise next secondly with another first of all in addition more one reason similarly 2. Change-of-Direction Signals (Watch out—we’re doubling back.) although despite however in spite of the opposite rather while but different from in contrast nevertheless on the contrary still though conversely even though...
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  • Blood Brothers - 764 Words
    Timothy Winters What effect does this poem have on you, the reader? The effect this poem has on me is it makes me realise how lucky and grateful I am because I can afford things and have a lovely life style. However Timothy Winters has the opposite, he is very poor and can’t really afford anything. The poem is based on a little boy called Timothy Winters who is very poor and can’t afford much. The statement for the poem is that Timothy Winters is a poor little boy who cannot afford much...
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  • Outline For School Report - 707 Words
    DIABETES By LaChonda Johnson MENE-SENEWO, IKPOBARI DUMLETAM (JP) INTDSP-101 SECTION A [Date] diabetes Introduction I. Diabetes is a chronic disease in which the body cannot regulate the amount of sugar in the blood. People often do not realize how deadly and complicated diabetes is. When first diagnosed with diabetes people may often be confused by how their lifestyle will have to change. Some people may not even know how serious the complications may be. II. Background Data A Statistics...
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  • Othello's Style of Speech - 387 Words
    IV, 1 1. Compare Othello’s style of speech in I,3 and IV,1 with a partner. You can look at the structure, the length of sentences, the kind of address to other characters, imagery (e.g. with I, 3 ll.78f., general eloquence, … . What does his style reveal about his state of mind? I,3 * monologue is well-structured * long and complicated sentences * polite address tot he senate and the Duke * a lot of rhetorical devices are employed to highlight Othello‘s truthfulness and...
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  • Raw Scott Monk and Hero of War extended response
    Extended response Q9 ‘Institutions can change one for better or worse’ this quote is proven in the novel ‘raw’ by Scott Monk and ‘Hero of War’ by Rise Against. Through the contrasting ideas of rebellion and conformity, the responders are able to see how institutions can manipulate one and have a negative or positive impact. In ‘Raw’ by Scott Monk, Brett uses rebellion to escape from his fears and then be liberated from it; he does this as he believes it is the only way to freedom. When Brett...
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  • Formal Outlines - 745 Words
    Formal Outlines Formal outlines use Roman numerals (I, II), capital letters (A, B), Arabic numbers (1, 2), and lower case letters (a, b) to designate levels of importance. Formal outlines fall into two categories: sentence outlines use complete sentences, and topic outlines use only key words and phrases. In a topic or sentence outline, less important entries are indented, as in the sample formal outline below. I. A. 1. a. (1)...
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