Why is an adjective important in a writing?
adjectives are words that describe. And when u read a paper that is descriptive, it helps you picture the story that ins being read. ex. which can u picture better?
1. She went to a Friends house
2. She happily skipped along the brightly colored paved side walk wile on her way to her best friend's beautiful house.
Big difference hu?
1. She went to a Friends house
2. She happily skipped along the brightly colored paved side walk wile on her way to her best friend's beautiful house.
Big difference hu?
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Writing helps you express yourself. Writing prepares you for school and employment (both of which in most cases require a lot of it). Writing is how much of the world communicates. If you don't write, you cut yourself off from a large community (including this one, incidentally). Writing ca…n be a great tool to help you know more about the way you think... writing can solidify ideas and thoughts, and allow you to reflect on them better than if the ideas remained evolving in your head. Writing is one of the ways that we translate our thoughts for other people. Some people are better at expressing themselves in writing than any other way, and you thus get a better translation when you read what they have to say rather than hearing them speak. Writing assists you with other language tasks as well... writing helps you learn how to form language, how to spell, how to ... put together a plot. You learn how to make a logical argument, or how to persuade, mainly through writing. Speaking can help you learn those things as well, but it is easier to self-examine and evaluate how to improve when you have something concrete in front of you, and can revise. (MORE)
Writing is important because it's communication. We can communicate with others when they're not where you are or at a different time than you are. In other words, writing is communication over time and space. Kind of magical isn't it. I can read a book, a newspaper, or even a personal letter writte…n two or three hundred years ago. People ten thousand miles away from me right now may also be reading this very thing I'm writing. A hundred years from now, someone could be reading something that you or I wrote today. Besides communicating far and wide, writing can be very practical for people who are at the same place at the same time. When you are trying to teach me something or I'm trying to explain something to you, we can use writing to help us. We can write something down to remember, we can look up something in the dictionary or on a web site, all written information. I can get directions over the phone while writing them down for when I go there. I place an order for pizza and the person taking the order writes it down (or types it in, which is still a form of writing). If you ever find yourself involved in a court case, written documentation will go a long way to prove what you need to prove. Well, the miscellaneous uses for the importance of writing are far too many for this answer. Suffice it to say, even with the internet and smart phones, knowing how to write will help you every day, even if it's because someone wrote the summaries for the TV shows that are on tonight so you can figure out what you want to watch. Ultimately, writing is a form of communication. Everyone knows about writing to entertain, but it is also used to communicate descriptions, information, evaluations, persuade readers, and present solutions to problems. As consumers, we use this kind of information to decide where to vacation, what movie to see, which cars are reliable, and who we should vote for. Pretty important stuff. Okay, I can here you saying now, "Yeah, but I'm not gonna do any of that for a living. Why do I have to learn how to write it then? This is stupid." Well, I can give you three really solid reasons why it's important to learn how to write. 1) Writing academically requires you to do a whole lot of critical thinking- you must decide whether your sources are credible and which ones are most relevant to your topic. You have to understand who your audience is and what they already know and what they need to know. Then you have to determine what kind of examples or facts will be the most meaningful for your readers (audience) and put it all into language that your audience will understand. Even if you're writing about why Moby Dick was the most horrendously boring book you ever were forced to read, you'll need all the skills I just mentioned so that you sound persuasive rather than just whiny. 2) In the "real" world, that is life outside of high school and college, you will have to research information. Don't think so? Okay, how will you know what car is safe, reliable, affordable, and doesn't cost and arm and a leg to insure? Research. How will you convince your parents to help you pay for this vehicle? - Present reliable evidence to your audience (your parents) that shows that buying this car will be a win-win situation for all of you. How will you persuade your parents of all of this, besides the stunningly obvious facts you've presented them with? You'll put your request in language that is mature, objective, and shows you value their intelligence and maturity. You will have learned how to do all this, in part, by having learned to write academically. Bonus- all the things in #2 also hold true for the way you present yourself in cover letters, in job interviews, in meetings with employers or customers, communicating with co-workers, etc. 3) This is an internet savvy world. There are on-line job sites, networking sites, and social sites. Current and prospective employers DO look you up and see what you've written on the web. There have been very public cases of young adults losing their jobs because of the content on their web pages. Sure, some of it was due to the pictures on in, but the words that went with the pictures were the proverbial nails in the coffin. These young adults FAILED to consider that their audience would be someone other than their best buds. Imagine an employer reading your meandering rants where the ideas are disorganized, poorly worded, and full of profanity, spelling errors, and grammar not previously used in the English language. Just the first impression you were hoping to make, no doubt. Again, I can hear you saying, "Yeah, right. Like writing a research paper on the Ottoman Empire is gonna help with any of this crap." My answer? "You betcha'!" At the very least, learning to write academically will help you develop the self-discipline and work ethic that will help carry you through meetings that are a zillion times more boring than any book you were forced to read and to complete mind numbingly dull tasks/reports that your employer will require you to do, even if you're working at Kwik-Fill. (MORE)
writing is a very important component of our life.Writing helps us to increase our speed.learn things more faster and in a easy way.We write because we forget things very fast and to keep knowledge with us and to acees it at any time we write.
What is "do writing?" This does not appear to be proper English. If the question were rephrased in proper English, I think we would know how to answer it.
Creative writing is important for many reasons. . Creativity means using your brain, and anything you do to use your brain improves your intelligence and helps you to learn how to think better. . Creative writing is storytelling, and humans have always loved stories. . Creative writing can give …out information in more interesting ways, and can help make learning that information more fun. . Creative writing helps you to be a better writer, because practice makes perfect in writing just as in any other skill. think one of my strongest character trait is creativity. If I get a project on arts and crafts, I am able to think up of very imaginative ideas. In being creative is fun, and straightforward. When I think of creativity, it makes me want to do more and better, and I am able to explore new thoughts. I like making people to become interested in my inspired work, and artistic styles of ingenuity. I like my work to be very unique and . Being artistic makes me challenge myself and I am very lucky to have the skill of creativity. (MORE)
fanciful ____ It is a fantasy story. (It is a well known feature of English that one can often use a noun as an adjective, as in student unrest ).
The smelly old man shuffed along.. The word old was already an adjective in your sentence. An adjective is a word that describes a noun. The noun being Man, and he is described as old and now Smelly .
If a sentence has one adjective, then a comma is not necessary after the adjective. Example: She is a beautiful woman . However, if there is a series of adjectives (coordinate adjectives) modifying the same noun, then a comma (or and) is necessary to separate the adjectives. Example: She is a … beautiful, smart woman. She is a beautiful and smart woman. (MORE)
"Was writing" is a helping verb (to be) and an action verb (towrite). The words "was writing" functions as a verb in a sentence.
Because they help describe things. And help make sentences describing things. For example: Sue had black hair. (sentence with no adjective) Sue had shiny curls of black hair. (sentence with ajective) Adjectives add more meaning to the noun.
shopping is an entertainment thing. i like the shopping most yesterday i went on shopping. first i went on sleepers shop i saw slippers and than i went on to the clothes shop. i saw clothes there then i ate foods and i bought some things and came back home. u mad?
"Stylish" is a very good adjective to use. Here are some others: dapper: "'You are looking rather dapper today' said Lord Kissmybutt to the Duke of Earl. Who is tailor, may I ask?" In African American slang "fly": "Yo, you is lookin' fly today, baby." Trendy: "She is so trendy. I hate her." …Fashionable: "She thinks she is so fashionable. I hate her" (MORE)
Yes. An adjective is any word that modifies a noun or pronoun; this is the function of "important."
I am a nice person. . I like to do nice things for others. . My hair is curly and wavy. . My eyes are very beautiful. . I have good and righteous character.
To the Romans writing was very important as it was for every literate society. To their posterity, the great poets of Latin literature, such as Virgil, Horace, Ovid, Terence and Martial had a strong influence of European literature until the early 20th century. Cicero was a great of Latin prose writ…ing exceeds that of any Latin author in terms of quantity, variety of genre and subjects, and stylistic excellence. His work has also been very influential. His philosophical works were the basis of medieval moral philosophy. His oratory brilliance made him a model for European rhetoric for many centuries (MORE)
As we know, adjectives are words that describe nouns whereas adverbs are words that describe actions, or verbs. Adjectives and adverbs enhance the process of writing by allowing the reader to develop a representation of the author's writing in the best way possible. If the author writes a story abou…t a dog, different readers will develop different interpretations. One person may picture a German shepherd while another person might picture a Chihuahua. However, if the author described the dog as a "fierce, black dog with razor-sharp fangs," the audience would be more likely to picture a similar type of dog. In a way, adverbs and adjectives help to unify readers' interpretations of texts. In communications, adverbs act in a similar way. If telling a story, they help others to picture more accurately what occurred. They also allow us to eliminate possibilities and narrow down observations. When in a crowd, if your friend tells you to "look at that man," you may or may not be looking at the man intended. However, if they say, "Look at the bald man in the white shirt," the probability of whether or not you are looking at the right individual has increased. Adjectives and adverbs can also draw attention to things that may otherwise be looked over. Take these two statements: "The child is breathing." "The child is breathing heavily." One invokes no reaction while the other invokes concern. Is the child okay? Are they choking? Is something wrong? Without adjectives and adverbs, there would be no way of making this distinction. (MORE)
They allow the readers to follow your train of thought without jumping from one idea to the next.
writing is important to life because if we don't have writing, we don't have anything. we cant do alot of things and it will be very hard on us
When you know how to summarize, you know how to find the most important information in what you just read. It's an important skill and will also help you learn how to follow directions by looking for the most important parts.
Writing was important to the Romans for the same reasons that it is important to us. It was their means of correspondence, both for business purposes and for personal purposes. Record keeping, the rolls of citizenship, tax assessments, accounting matters, the manumission papers of a slave, marriage …contracts, business contracts,--the list goes on--all had to be written as there were no CDs on which to save them. Plays, poetry and other literature also had to be written in order for them to be distributed and read. (MORE)
It is important to write well so people could understand your message and so you could get a good result in a english test
Graphics can be important to technical writing, if the graphics accurately represent the current state of the technology. Too often, the technology morphs and changes, so that the graphics become different from the technology -- this is the danger of using graphics in technical writing.
Making sense in technical writing is paramount to success in communicating your information, hypothesis, theories, etc. for the benefit of your reader's comprehension. Without correct syntax, grammar, and word usage your efforts to impart new knowledge to the reader can be seriously impaired. (More …detail on this may be found at www.cseweb.udsd/~mihir/writing) --- Syntax is of supreme importance in all writing . For example, there's a huge difference in meaning between: 1. The dog bit Jim. and 2. Jim bit the dog. (MORE)
sacred writing is very important because everyone who has read it has learnt form it and also they believe in it.
The ability to read and write enables one to communicate with greater effectiveness. Your ideas, thoughts, and dreams can be spread throughout the world. So much of our communication occurs in online mediums that lacking the ability to read and write effectively will cordon you from entire methods o…f communication. Reading varied texts increases your vocabulary and can better the manner in which you use it. Also, by reading different stories and information on and from people and places you have never heard of you are opening yourself up to new worlds. Forgive me for sounding clichÃ©. At least writing and reading are integral methods of communication and at best they can open new ways of learning and bettering yourself. (MORE)
If you're going into a job such as publishing or editing then having a clear understanding of the technical aspects of writing (grammar, sentence structure, spelling) is pretty key.
The importance is fundamental on all languages' grammar. Using adjectives you can express the quality of any object or person. Without adjectives you couldn't say how any object looks like. Not only pronouns and adjectives are fundamental on grammar, but all elements of syntax are also important.
so if they wrote something about a categories like (presidents,landfills,the goverment)we would information about it's we would be able to put it in museum's and stuff like that
Technical writing is all about facts. If you write and present the facts in a good way then it's more likely that your reader will understand you. You've only got to look at half the questions on Wikianswers and half the answers as well to see that it's not easy to tell from the question exactly wha…t the questioner wants to know, and from the answer exactly what the answer really is! (MORE)
if the number is from 1-10.. in a proper sentence, you write it out. example: "Sara had seven cats in her home." And,, if it's 11-Whatever.. you may use a number Example: "Brian had 17 cats in his home."
To answer that question you need to know: ~~ WHO DECIDES whether something is 'Sacred' or not? Do 'believers' get to decide that? Some 'believers' consider the Bible 'sacred'. Others do not. Or would 'the Writer' decide something is sacred, and then expect the readers to consider it 'sacred…'? Actually, if Almighty God had the Bible written, then that's reason enough for 'believers' to consider the Bible as a 'sacred document' from the Creator of the whole Universe. So to answer that question from the Bible's perspective: Why are sacred writings important to believers? The answer would be: Sacred Writings are important to 'believers' so that the 'believers' would know what the Creator wants them to know; How He expects them to conduct themselves. They can learn about what God's ORIGINAL Purpose really is, when he created this thing called 'man~KIND'. Was God's purpose to inhabit the heavens; or was his purpose to 'inherit the earth'. The 'sacred writings' would reveal the Creator to his Creation. (MORE)
One common thing that you will find in all writing groups and/or writing classes, is that you will hear people tell you, "Show me, don't tell me." It's your job as the writer of whatever piece you're working on to make the reader feel and see what you are writing. The amount of adjectives and/or des…cribing you can do all depends on what you're writing. If you are writing flash fiction, you're limited to 100 words or less, which can be difficult. If you're writing a novel, obviously a much larger work so you can describe more. A good piece of advice I can give you is to always have a dictionary close to you, as well as a thesaurus. They are indispensable tools that will help you. I find myself when I'm bored, reading a dictionary and forever expounding my vocabulary. But I shall now give you two examples, which most likely will not be perfect, but may give you a good idea. One will be without good description, the other with good description. Remember describe everything. Describe every sense. (i.e. sight, sound, etc.) 1) "My heart pounded as I grabbed the door-knob." 2) "My heart pounded like a jack-hammer in my chest as I forced my clammy hand upon the stark cold brass door-knob." In this example, I described, with an analogy, how the character's heart was beating. Then, the reader can infer the character is struggling and scared with the description of 'forcing my clammy hand'. I finished the sentence by describing the door-knob, which I used two senses, sight and touch. WHAT kind of door-knob, a BRASS one, and how did it FEEL, COLD. Adjectives are very useful and can be used eloquently and verbosely, or to go for the opposite effect, they can be used stringently. But find a way that works for your particular writing style. And remember by no means is my example perfect, but I hope it helps you in seeing what effect adjectives and using the senses can do to make a good descriptive sentence. (MORE)
Example paragraph: An adjective is a word that is used to describe a noun. We can saythat a house is new , a house is old , a house is grand , or a house is shabby . The adjectives provide a clearer picture of the person or thing we are talking about.This is not a long paragraph, but it is a …concise paragraph. (MORE)
Content is all the material in your document. Examples, stats, facts,testimonies, observations. But no matter the type, the information must be appropriate and interesting for the audience.
The reason for doing homework is so that students will have a chance to use the knowledge that they are being taught, hopefully getting some idea of what they may be able to do with that knowledge in the course of their lives. Otherwise, a lecture delivered in school becomes a meaningless sound that… students are forced to listen to when they would prefer to be doing something else, such as playing video games. (MORE)
Yes I will WRITE some sentences. . The egotistic snob turned up his nose at my meal. . I didn't like his egotistic comments. . She had an egotistic smirk on her face.
Keep it simple is good advice, and adjectives will give colour and shape to your nouns and verbs.
Description is one of the three key elements in fiction, along with narrative and dialogue, which brings your story to life.
So that one's sources can be checked, consulted or verified; and so that it can be made apparent that one did serious research.
Take whatever you think about school, and describe everything aboutit. Those descriptions will include adjective clauses.
It depends on the adjective ! For example : Beau -> Belle (female) Blond -> Blonde (female) Most of the time, you have to add an "e" at the end.
You write by using descriptive words in the sentence to describe a noun. For an example: The four teenagers were being scared out of the house by the the phantom. Another example: All things Bright and Beautiful
"The weather is just ducky" uses the adjective form, but "duckier" and "duckiest" are also adjective forms of "duck".
To help describe things, like a shiny glass stool is an example, instead of a glass stool
When functioning as an adjective, the noun bicycle does not change, for example a bicycle sale or a bicycle ride. Most uses of bicycle as an adjective have come to be commonly used as compound nouns, for example a bicycle seat, bicycle shorts, a bicycle race, etc.
The more detail with which scenes are described, the easier it isto visualize them in your imagination.
Write is a verb. If you want to use it as an adjective, you would say written. Verb: I will write a check at the store. Adjective: This is his written account of what happened.
In "What are Robert and Sam writing in their math journal?" their is a possessive adjective and "math journal" is a noun phrase. You could could argue that math is an adjective if it were short for "mathematical".
Not usually. It can, rarely, be used to mean for writing as in "writingimplements" or referring to the study of writing, as in"writing workshops", but these are closer to a noun adjunct than anadjective. The word writing is a verb form, the present participle of the verb(to write) and can be us…ed as a noun (gerund). By comparison, thepast participle written is widely used to mean of or aboutwriting. (MORE)
Important is an adjective. "Quickly transmit important information"is the predicate. Adjectives describe nouns, predicates tell you that action in asentence.