Writing should be about conveying a message, story, persusasion, research, or any kind of written vow. Writing should be about communication, getting your point across. It shouldn't be about putting words on paper. Writing was meant to paint a picture for the mind. Writing was created by the people that couldn't draw as an alternative in the link of communication. Signed, The future youngest writer in America
All of the above
In general, good writing has the following qualities:Focus - the writing should be about one topic, and not jump all over in a confusing mannerDevelopment - the story or paragraph should progress in a logical manner and lead the reader toward the endUnity - every part of the writing should pertain to the main ideaCoherence - the writing should make sense to the reader and "flow" smoothlyCorrectness - the writing should be in proper English, with correct spelling, punctuation, and grammar.
first of all, your teacher already said it but you didnt listen and you should just read your book if you have it
The title is the last thing you do. Book tiles change all the time while the writing is going on.
No, not all writing paper breaks down in water in the same way. It definitely should not be flushed.
Yes, there is usually a comma. If you choose not to use a comma then you should remain consistent. For example, if you're writing an academic paper and using lots of dates then they should either all have commas or they should all have no commas.
how should conflicts in team writing be resolved?
When writing to your facilitator, you should be more formal in your writing than when writing to a friend. You should include the date and return address at the top of the letter, just as you would when writing a professional letter. A closing phrase, such as "sincerely," should also be included.
when writing a poem you should express all of your ideas and all your thoughts. You should write a love poem and add cute things to it like i love you baby. But it all depends on what you wanna write about.
It should be: To Whom It May Concern:
um..you should know about the manner ... its all about what you want to write
You should major in English first of all, because you want good spelling, grammar and a wide vocabulary. Do not take Creative Writing. If you do it could result in you not even becoming a creative writer. It would make you lean more to being a creative writing teacher. There are programs in technical writing and professional writing, and that will help you tremendously. For creative writing, it doesn't matter what your major is.
The meaning of "PRES" abbreviation is president, often used in informal writing about the President of the United States. In all formal writing, the full word should be used.
The beginning of every paragraph should be indented in all formal writing.
Reading Writing Breathing Speaking Etc. common sense.
For purposes of all educational writing such as essays, theses and reports, I'm should always be capitalised. The personal pronoun "I" is always capitalised, and so all contractions commencing with "I" should also be capitalised.
If you like writing then why should it matter what type it is? Also writing a sex scene might exite you sexually, that's not strange at all though considering your age it might be best not to share it with too many people. P.S. I'm 13 and I am planning on writing something like that too
The verb phrasal should not be used in formal business writing.
You should never provide a bulleted list of instructions when writing a process essay
The purpose of writing the Gettysburg Address was to tell people that all men are created equal and should all have freedom!!
when writing a scrip for a porn.
No. It is (or should be) taken for granted in all academic writing that you 'used your common sense'. The bibliography should list all sources - books, articles and websites, etc.