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ENG 1001: Integrating Quotations into Sentences - 0 views

  • Notice that there are only two punctuation marks that are used to introduce quotations: the comma and the colon (:). Note that a semicolon (;) is not used to introduce quotations.
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      Take note of this advice on punctuating quotations.
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Guide to Punctuation - 0 views

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    A nicely organized and detailed, yet concise, guide to punctuation. It's British, however! You will find some differences with American style.
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Grammar and Composition - Homepage of About Grammar and Composition - 0 views

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    You may already own an e-book reader, such as Amazon's Kindle or the Barnes & Noble Nook. If not, you probably have friends who insist on singing the praises of this popular device. They may even call it "indispensable." After all, that's how Edward Bellamy described his version of the magic reading machine--in a short story published in 1889.
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Rhetoric and Composition/Rhetorical Analysis - Wikibooks, open books for an open world - 0 views

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    Rhetorical analysis refers to analyzing a text or a given source. That text may be writing or some different sort of communication which includes the consideration of the rhetorical situations-purpose, audience, genre, stance, and media/design.
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Sample Rhetorical Analysis Essay | ISUComm - 0 views

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    A Search for Equality Anne Roiphe's "Confessions of a Female Chauvinist Sow" first appeared in the magazine New York in 1972. In this essay Roiphe aims to convince her readers that women must put faith in the idea that they are equal to men, not superior.
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Basic Questions for Rhetorical Analysis - 0 views

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    Basic Questions for Rhetorical Analysis What occasion gives rise to the need or opportunity for persuasion? What is the historical occasion that would give rise to the composition of this text? How does he or she establish ethos (personal credibility)? Does he/she come across as knowledgeable? fair?
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The Writing Lab Newsletter - Promoting the Exchange of Voices and Ideas in the One-to-O... - 0 views

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    PROMOTING THE EXCHANGE OF VOICES AND IDEAS IN ONE-TO-ONE TEACHING OF WRITING The Writing Lab Newsletter is a forum for exchanging ideas and information about writing centers in high schools, colleges, and universities. Articles focus on challenges in tutoring theory and methodology, handling ESL issues, directing a writing center, training tutors, adding computers, designing and expanding centers, and using tutorial theory and pedagogy.
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