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Paramedic_method - The Paramedic Method Circle the...

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The Paramedic Method 1. Circle the prepositions 2. Circle the “is” forms 3. Ask, “Where’s the action?” “Who’s kicking who?” 4. Put this central action in a simple active verb. 5. Start fast, no slow windups 6. Write (or say) each sentence on a blank screen and mark off its basic rhythmic units with a / 7. Mark off sentence lengths 8. Read the passage aloud
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Example: The project is likely to result in a minor population increase in the City from families relocating to the site from outside the community. The project is likely to result in a minor population increase in the city from families relocating to the site from outside the community. The project will probably attract new families to the city. Lard factor 58% (24 words to 10)
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Examples: The analysis using NMR is completed to show the amount of residual monomer. NMR analysis quantified the amount of residual monomer. NMR determined the amount of residual monomer. The mechanical properties were measured using an Instron that was
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course CHEM 4014 taught by Professor Vklong during the Spring '08 term at Virginia Tech.

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