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Grammar Top 10 Top Ten Reasons you know your paper wants to visit the Flawn Undergraduate Writing Center
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Top Ten Reasons you know your paper wants to visit the Flawn Undergraduate Writing Center 10. Sentence endings await what a rabbit can do to a tree. Avoid ending sentences in prepositions. “We discussed the sections we were working on.” 9. Quoted words are the only words. Never begin or end a body paragraph with a quote. Let your words be the important words.
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Top Ten Reasons you know your paper wants to visit the Flawn Undergraduate Writing Center 8. HE is the only actor. Avoid use of universal “he” “A leader should direct his team toward a common goal.” 7. Ch-ch-ch-changes Keep writing consistent. Changes in narrative voice: I, you, we, one Changes in verb tense: past vs. present
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Top Ten Reasons you know your paper wants to visit the Flawn Undergraduate Writing Center 6. Reading through the paragraph is a scavenger hunt for an idea. Be sure to use topic sentences
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This note was uploaded on 10/12/2010 for the course ASE 13265 taught by Professor Webster during the Spring '10 term at University of Texas.

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