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Academic Writing: A Handbook for International Students Second ...

Academic Writing: A Handbook for International Students Second ...

Academic Writing: A Handbook for International Students Second

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    1.13 Organising the Main Body This

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    1.14 Introductions An introduction

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    1.15 Conclusions There is usually a

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    1.16 Rewriting and Proof-reading Wh

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    2.1 Argument cross-reference 1.12 O

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    2.1 Argument 69 5. Think of a simil

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    2.2 Cause and Effect 71 It rained h

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    2.3 Cohesion cross-reference 3.7 Co

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    2.4 Comparison cross-reference 2.9

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    2.4 Comparison 77 cross-reference 4

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    2.5 Definitions cross-reference 1.1

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    2.5 Definitions 81 Higher education

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    2.6 Discussion 83 a) Instead of goi

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    2.6 Discussion 85 7. Complete the f

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    2.7 Examples 87 a) A number of spor

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    2.8 Generalisations 1. In written w

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    2.8 Generalisations 91 5. Study the

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    2.9 Numbers 93 Dozens of villages w

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    2.9 Numbers 95 c) More than 80% of

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    2.10 Opening Pargaraphs 97 3. It is

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    2.11 References and Quotations cros

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    2.11 References and Quotations 101

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    2.12 Restatement and Repetition 1.

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    2.13 Style 1. Study the style of th

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    2.13 Style 107 l) Avoid using two-w

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    2.14 Synonyms cross-reference 1.8 P

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    2.14 Synonyms 111 5. Identify the s

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    2.15 Variation in Sentence Length 1

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    2.16 Visual Information 115 2. The

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    2.16 Visual Information 117 5. Comp

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    3. Accuracy in Writing Student Intr

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    122 Accuracy in Writing cross-refer

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    3.2 Academic Vocabulary cross-refer

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    126 Accuracy in Writing 5. Complete

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    128 Accuracy in Writing 4. Insert a

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    3.4 Articles cross-reference 3.10 N

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    132 Accuracy in Writing 5. Complete

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    134 Accuracy in Writing 3. Rewrite

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    3.6 Confusing Pairs 1. Study the fo

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    3.7 Conjunctions cross-reference 1.

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    140 Accuracy in Writing b) The long

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    3.8 Nationality Language 1. Most na

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    3.9 Nouns and Adjectives cross-refe

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    146 Accuracy in Writing b) 365.25 d

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    148 Accuracy in Writing NEGATIVES N

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    3.11 Nouns - Umbrella cross-referen

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    3.12 Prefixes and Suffixes 1. Autom

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    154 Accuracy in Writing 7. Meaning

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    156 Accuracy in Writing g) . . . mo

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    3.14 Punctuation 1. Capitals It is

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    160 Accuracy in Writing c) how many

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    162 Accuracy in Writing 4. Decide i

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    3.16 Singular or Plural? cross-refe

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    3.17 Time Words and Phrases cross-r

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    168 Accuracy in Writing 6. Study th

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    170 Accuracy in Writing to overcome

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    3.19 Verbs - Modal cross-reference

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    174 Accuracy in Writing The poorest

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    176 Accuracy in Writing g) They cal

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    3.21 Verbs and Prepositions cross-r

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    3.22 Verbs of Reference cross-refer

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    3.23 Verbs - Tenses 1. Decide which

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    184 Accuracy in Writing cross-refer

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    4.1 Formal Letters cross-reference

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    4.2 CVs 1. CV stands for curriculum

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    4.3 Reporting and Designing Surveys

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    4.3 Reporting and Designing Surveys

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    4.4 Taking Ideas from Sources 195 c

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    4.5 Comparison Essay cross-referenc

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    4.6 Discussion Essay cross-referenc

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    Writing Tests These tests can be us

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    Writing Tests 203 are only two d) .

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    Answers 205 1.2 Avoiding Plagiarism

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    Answers 207 4a 4b 4c 4d 4e 4f 5a 5b

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    Answers 209 5 Source: Nemecova, I.

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    Answers 211 7 Model answer Indian s

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    Answers 213 • University educatio

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    Answers 215 3 1. Literature review

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    Answers 217 Limitations: Although t

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    Answers 219 4c consequently/therefo

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    Answers 221 9d On 9e than 9f the 9g

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    Answers 223 2.7 Examples 2a e.g./su

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    Answers 225 5b The numbers doubled

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    Answers 227 6 Currently, fast food

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    Answers 229 5 Developing countries

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    Answers 231 2i correlation 2j analy

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    Answers 233 5t the 5u the 5v the 5w

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    Answers 235 Addition: moreover/as w

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    Answers 237 strength/confidence/tru

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    Answers 239 6e little 3.11 Nouns -

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    Answers 241 Adj .+ = valuable for P

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    Answers 243 1b who 1c which/that 1d

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    Answers 245 4e 4f 4g 5a 5b 5c 5d 5e

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    Answers 247 3h predict 3.19 Verbs -

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    Answers 249 2d 2e 2f 2g 2h 4a 4b 4c

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    Answers 251 4e 4f 4g 4h 6a 6b 6c 6d

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    Answers 253 3 Model answer 54 Sydne

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    Answers 255 d There may be many peo

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    Answers 257 4) we have no way of kn

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    Sources Quotations from the followi

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