How to Write an Appropriate Summary

A summary is a condensed version of a larger reading. The idea behind writing a summary is to save your reader a lengthy reading as only main ideas of the piece are stated; other details that one can do without at the moment of reading are deliberately left out....

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How to Read Poetry

Reading poetry well is part attitude and part technique. Curiosity is a useful attitude, especially when it’s free of preconceived ideas about what poetry is or should be. Effective technique directs your curiosity into asking questions, drawing you into a...

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6 Secrets To Writing A Great Cover Letter

Seth Porges At best, a cover letter can help a job-seeker stand out from the pack. At worst, it can make a promising candidate seem like an uncreative cut-and-paster. Sadly, the vast majority of cover letters read essentially the same: Retreads of resumes that ramble...

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PROBLEMATIC WORDS IN EVERYDAY USAGE

When building a house it becomes necessary to put the right blocks in the right place otherwise, the house will not align with the layout or design in the original plan. The foundation is the most important part of a building because it carries the weight of the whole...

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Five Habits to Avoid in Fiction Writing

As with personal document or academic writing, fiction writing can be challenging. Our editors have encountered five problems on a regular basis. By avoiding these habits, your fiction writing will be greatly improved. 1. Generic verbs and nouns Imagine trying to...

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