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How Does Your Style Or Voice Change In Different Writing Situations

Four Types of Writing: There are four types of writing or four writing styles that are generally used. Knowing all these four different types of writing and their usages are important for any writer. A writer’s style is a reflection of his personality, his unique style, his voice and his way to approach his audience and readers. Generally there are four different types or styles of writing. Following are their names and details: 1. Expository Writing: Expository writing is a subject-oriented...

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technical writing style

Technical Writing Style As you draft and edit, it is helpful to keep in mind the effective ways to present sentences and paragraphs. When you revise your drafts, check the language and remove any area of possible confusion. If you have repeated any word, see whether you can change the sentence. The following passages will help you to be aware of any difficult construction of sentences, so that you can modify the same and ensure reader's comfort. Write Clear Sentences Follow these guidelines...

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Writing and Type

Compare and Contrast   This type of writing allows the writer to point out similarities and differences about topics, subjects or objects.  Compare means to identify how your topics are alike or similar.  You state what they have in common.  On the other hand, contrast means to identify what is different about your your topic.  When contrasting, you state what makes the topic, subject or object unique or one of a kind. In writing to compare and contrast, you include both the similarities and the...

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Similarities of Different Styles of Writing

Title: Similarities of Different Styles of Writing Similarities of Different Styles of Writing Most recently, I have read many different short stories and poems. The three works that stuck out to me the most are, “A Rose for Emily” written by William Faulkner, “Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer’s Day” written by William Shakespeare, and “The Cathedral” written by Raymond Carver. Although there are different writers and poets, we are able to find similarities in the text through interpretation...

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Creative Writing Aptitude

Being a writer is someone who uses writing on a regular basis. You have to be a writer before you can be a good writer. It's about being good or at least good enough. But students don't see themselves as writers at all because they have been structurally defined as deficient. This means that a student is someone who does not write up to a certain standard of performance with academic discourse. A writer does not simply write at someone else's command but on their own initiative. So as a writer...

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Comparing and Contrasting Writing Styles

you want to close your eyes and just picture that detail and picture all the colors and beautiful scenery. These are the tools which authors and filmmakers use to get their audiences to be interested and indulge in reading a book or watching a movie. The way an author writes a book allows the reader to use their own imagination. The reader does so by the author’s use of diction and imagery. One may think that TV episodes or movies are different, and yes they are a little different compared to books...

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The Nature of Technical Writing

Definition and Nature of Technical Writing Lesson Target Discuss the nature of technical writing. References Title Handbook for Technical Writing, Technical Writing Style Author Shelton, James. Handbook for Technical Writing. Illinios: NTC Business Books, 1994. Print Confai. Technical Writing Style. Accessed October 21, 2013. http://www.confai.com/technical-writing-style Page Number(s) 5 What is Technical Writing? Technical writing communicates specific and factual...

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Elements of Good Writing

with you on how punctuation is important. How would lets say even a professional for writing a book, he would have punctuation errors. (Soyun) You are so write about the writer being at the level of his/her reader. Writers should definitely keep in mind their readers. And have find ways to communicate his passion for writing through his use of words, etc. or whatever he's talking about. Xio Ling I agree that a writer should indicate who the audience is. Soyun, I agree with your idea relating...

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How to Change Your Culture

Changing your organizational culture is the toughest task you will ever take on. Your organizational culture was formed over years of interaction between the participants in the organization. Changing the accepted organizational culture can feel like rolling rocks uphill. Organizational cultures form for a reason. Perhaps the current culture matches the style and comfort zone of the company founder. Culture frequently echoes the prevailing management style. Since managers tend to hire people just...

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Identity: Writing and Seventeenth Doll

Writing on Contexts Exploring Issues of Identity and Belonging Posted on May 2, 2014 What is the Context of Exploring Issues of Identity and Belonging? In this Context you will consider many issues related to questions of a sense of self and how we gain the feeling of belonging to a family, group, place or community. You will ask questions like: Who am I? Where do I belong? What things have shaped me into the person I am today? How have they done so? The title of the Context gives equal...

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