1. USING PERSONAL EXAMPLE
On July 18, 2013, I decided to continue my education in college. First of all I imagine that college would be a very enjoyable experience. Start of the orientation time, I tried to greet anyone who might be a good friends of mine later. This is very important because I live alone with no families in Bandung. The next day, the teaching-learning process begins. Teaching-learning process in college is much more different than Senior High School. In college, we had to develop the lessons ourselves, because most lectures do not explain in details. If we don’t do that,,we will be confused and misunderstood the lessons. We also have to be able to set the time between tasks and participated in the organization. This hectic schedule sometimes makes a mess sleep schedule. But behind the challenges of college life I faced, I'm sure that I can prepare my future career and become a successful man through out college. Attending college allows students to learn new information, make lifetime friens, and prepare for a career.
2. USING QUOTATIONS
“Smoking kills. If you're killed, you've lost a very important part of your life.” This thought by Brooke Shields has remind us how detrimental to smoke. Smoking harms nearly every organ of the body. Smoking causes many medical problems and reduces the health of smokers in general. Smoking causes coronary heart disease, lung cancer, stroke, etc. It is tragic to costs money to buy cigarettes, which will bring you to death. Not only that, smoking also creates the pollution which endanger the health of people around the smoker. In brief, smoking is detrimental because it costs money, creates pollution, and results in medical problems.
3. FACTS OR STATISTICS
According to an article “The People and Culture of New Orleans” By Arnold R. Hirsch and Joseph Logsdon Department of History, University of New Orleans, normally when tourists or first-time residents come to New...
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