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ENG 102 Peer Editing Questions 1. In the essay titled “A Cure for the World” I believe the writer was exceptional at providing information. 2. I think the writer needs to work on grammar, punctuation, sentence flow, along with the order in which the events took place. 3. As this essay bounced all over the place I’m not quite certain what the main point of the essay is, but for the sake of this assignment I will say genetics. 4. Beside punctuation, I think the only good part of this writer’s introduction is the first sentence, other than that the paragraph does not flow and does not lead smoothly into his thesis. 5. The thesis of this essay, unfortunately, is: This essay hopes to shed light on some of the more unknown truths to this area of research by exploring the history of genetics, current needs and work being done, and looking toward the future at the cutting edge technology to prove that genetic research is essential to our society. It does not contain a strong opinion or viewpoint, and the sentence itself is horrible structured. 6. Many of this writer’s paragraphs offer multiple ideas. None of the topic sentences tie back to the
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This note was uploaded on 10/02/2011 for the course ENG 41694 taught by Professor Snyder during the Spring '11 term at Rio Salado.

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