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THE PASSIVE

THE PASSIVE

THE PASSIVE. Example of a sentence in the active voice. a lot of students. work. 1. W hen the semester starts, in the multimedia language learning lab from early morning till late in the evening. Example of a sentence in the passive voice. 2 . by. Some of these books. were written.

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(WRITTEN ACADEMIC ENGLISH)

(WRITTEN ACADEMIC ENGLISH)

(WRITTEN ACADEMIC ENGLISH). UNIVERSITY OF MUHAMMADIYAH PROF. DR. HAMKA. By Dr. Tri Wintolo Apoko, M.Pd. FEATURES OF ACADEMIC WRITING. It is formal in an impersonal or objective style (often using impersonal pronouns and phrases and passive verbs)

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Academic Style

Academic Style

Academic Style. What is academic writing?. Source: www.oxbridgeessays.com. Lecture Outline. Features of academic writing Examples of what it is NOT! Academic assignments -1 st year Quiz!. What is academic writing?. Academic writing in English is direct One central theme

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Academic style

Academic style

Academic style. ACADEMIC WRITING. Written English may be formal and informal

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Academic style

Academic style

Writing in College. Academic style. Format: page layout, heading, font, spacing, etc. Quotations: author tag, use quotation marks Citations: parenthetical with page # Works Cited page. MLA Style. Introduction with thesis statement, Body, Conclusion

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Formal Academic Style

Formal Academic Style

Formal Academic Style. the language of the classroom and the workplace. Complete Sentences Always. Make sure every sentence has a subject, a verb, and makes sense. Avoid beginning a sentence with “because” or “so.” Usage note about because :

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ACADEMIC WRITING STYLE

ACADEMIC WRITING STYLE

ACADEMIC WRITING STYLE. Based on S. Bailey (2006) and Swales, Feak (2004). What is academic writing?. Part of ‘academic skills’ (‘study skills’, ‘key skills’, ‘core skills’, ‘transferable skills’, ) follow-up to basic skills in a higher education context

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Written Communication Style and Composition

Written Communication Style and Composition

Mr. Jonathan Worley, j.worley@smucb.ac.uk Senior Lecturer in Written Communications St. Mary’s University College Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (NI): Critical Thinking and Analytical Writing. Written Communication Style and Composition. Senior Secretarial Skills Programme.

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Grammar & Academic Style

Grammar & Academic Style

Grammar & Academic Style. Learning Development Service 02890 972611 lds@qub.ac.uk. What will this session cover?. Pre-writing and Planning Analyse the question Initial thoughts Gather material Read, make notes, formulate your argument Plan II. The Writing Process

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