Therefore, from the first essay in English 49 course clarified all the problems I still need to work in like giving specific examples to support what was stated in the essay, accurately spread long paragraphs, create a title, and writing an in-class essays. During class time, we did Rhetorical Précis, workshops, in-class and outclass essays that were a helpful tools to enhance writing skills. Also, analyze other 's essay and accept constructive criticism to my once was a beneficial experience for me. Even though I worked on assignments with a mixed success, I am proud of changes that I have made in my writing. Not only have I improved skills that I already had, but also acquire skill such structuring the essay in a pleasant to read way, finding strong and clear examples, and to generate a titles.
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...ur essay is as hard as write the essay itself because of the first sight person who reads your writing has already made a judgment. Therefore, think of a title is significantly important for the essay.
After successes and failures, the time to sum up accomplished in the English 49 came. A lot of work was done, time spent, and efforts made to become a writer I am now. Even though there are areas I still need to work on and mistakes I regret, I am proud of the improvements I have made. Starting from the beginning with no experience in English writing at all and looking on myself now, I realize what a long way was overcome. After all I am able to organize my essay better, find more specific and appropriate examples to back up my stamens, and create my own title. The way of becoming a successful writer is long and complicated, but once you step on it you will never stop.
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