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EN101 reflection - Ayunisa English 101 Reflection As a...

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Ayunisa English 101 Reflection As a student whose first language is Indonesian, English 101A is challenging for me because of the major difference in grammar structure between Indonesian and English. However, I believe that reading and writing English are essential for living and working in America, so I have to spend more time studying, and put more efforts to override this difficulty. English 101A’s full name is technical reading and writing; students are expected to reading and writing essays in order to prepare themselves for further English classes. In this class I have learned a lot about developing paragraph, unity, and coherence. In English 101A, I have read 14 published essays, and I also have written four essays which included two research papers based on the book Patterns of Exposition ; I also completed two summaries and revised two essays. Professor Elizabeth Pavlovksy, as an instructor, has taught me a lot about developing paragraph, unity, and coherence paragraph because those three parts are the most essential parts for writing a good essay.
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