Essays--I can assist students with questions concerning the process of writing an essay including preparation of an outline, development of a topic, development of the thesis statement and topic sentences, and paragraph development. I can assist students in helping them determine the proper rhetorical modes for their essay (narration, illustration, description, process analysis, comparison and contrast, and argumentation. I am able to answer questions concerning rules of style for a research paper including referencing sources. I am able to address questions regarding punctuation and grammar.
I teach a writing workshop for the University of Phoenix (Richmond Campus) and two college courses: Essentials of College Writing and Elements of Composition.
Doctor of Management--University of Phoenix Masters in Human Resources--George Washington University B.A.--French and Linguistics, Oakland University
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Hello Murad, Actually, your first sentence, (I have more friends than you (do)), is a comparative sentence. This is indicated by the word 'than'. Your second examples are superlatives as you have:
Hello Prashant, In my opinion, I believe that in order for a story to make sense, there is usually only one moral lesson in the narrative. I am not an expert in the subject but I believe a story
Hello Glen, I prefer sentences #2 and #4. Sentence #3 could be confusing because it could mean you are catching on what is going on with your classmates. Sentence #1 is clear because you specify English
Apsara, The first step is to create a thesis sentence for your essay such as "Walking is important to one's health as it not only provides exercises but being exposed to the sunlight helps the body
Hello Glen, Sentence 1 is correct as it is written. Sentence 2 is also correct the difference is the verb tense. Sentence 3 is a bit confusing because it does not explain on whom the influence
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