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hiii ….im gurveer i have passed my +2 in 2013 and then i was free .now i try to learn english and aslo i have joined ielts classes . but i cannt think first i dont know why …i trid but cant do anything…i have just failed
Hi Liz,Is it okay to leave space on starting of each paragraph?
DIME NOVEL: Cheap or sensationalist publications, especially the series begun by E. F. Beadle in 1860--consisting of reprints of thrilling tales, violent action, brief romance, and episodes from famous wars and dramatic historical periods such as the American Civil War or the Frontier period. These dime novels were usually paperbound and sold for 10 cents in the 1920s in America, hence the common nick-name (Shipley 169). The first major example was Ann Sophia's Stephens's Malaeska: The Indian Wife of the White Hunter, which sold over 300,000 copies in 1860 and remained immensely popular for a decade. Other famous authors who produced dime novels included Edward L. Wheeler, who created "Deadwood Dick," and J. R. Coryell, who created "Nick Carter," a detective who appeared in over one thousand separate short stories written by a dozen ghost writers up through the 1960s (Holman 162). Also called a (for the cheap paper it was printed on), the dime novel as a mass market publication was the next generation of the earlier British "" of previous years.
Can we write etc. while giving examples?
Just wondering , for an essay statement
“Prevention is better than cure.” Researching and treating diseases……
Do we include this very proverb as it is at the start of our essay? or do we exclude it as a whole?
Avoid using “etc”. Just offer two examples and that’s enough.
Is it absolutely necessary not to use the same words from the question in paraphrasing the question statement? Or you can use some words like in your intro where you used the phrase “some people think that” which was already used in the question statement. Paraphrasing eats up a lot of my time so I was think may be I could copy some part of it instead coming up with words to use.