Book: «Reason to Write High Beginning: Strategies for Success in Academic Writing»

Reason to Write High Beginning: Strategies for Success in Academic Writing

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Reason to Write provides guidelines, strategies, and practice in writing for academic success. Students move through the writing process from generating ideas, to drafting and revising, to proofreading and editing. The high-beginning level introduces students to the principles and strategies that will prepare them to become effective academic writers.

Издательство: "Oxford University Press"

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