Based on research conducted by many scientists, both handwriting and typing have their advantages and drawbacks but what exactly are they for taking notes? According to Cindi May from Scientific American, handwriting is the best way to go. Her evidence for this is that a recent test performed by scientists named Pam Mueller and Oppenheimer shows that handwriting is better for comprehending or learning the material. They say that handwriting requires different types of cognitive processing that require you to hear and concentrate on the information that teachers and professors give you, just like a lecture. On the other hand, handwriting is slow and cumbersome which is why many schools are not using it as much as back then since we are going into an age of new technologies.
The quote, “Stereotypes are fast and easy, but they are lies, and the truth takes its time.” relates to Squeaky and her life of stereotyping. The first part of the quote, “Stereotypes are fast and easy...” corresponds with Squeaky because she made many stereotypes about people she just met. Gretchen was the “new girl,” who just moved to Squeaky’s neighborhood. Squeaky said Gretchen was a slow runner because of her looks. Soon though, she began to learn that Gretchen was not such a bad runner after all.
The reason being is due to the fact that it has a great extent of rhetorical devices used in that section. However the rhetorical devices that stood out in this paragraph was syntax, the usage of syntax is very uncommonly used rhetorical devices due to its difficulties. Syntax makes an appearance in the first sentence when it is Dr.King States “ perhaps it is easy for those who have felt the stinging dart of segregation to say, “wait.” The sentence actually goes on to end at the later part of the paragraph which state “then you will know will understand why we find it difficult to wait.” Martin Luther King wrote in this style to in order to make readers wait for him to finish the concept, just like how Dr. KIng and his people had to wait for
For example, Lizabeth percieves taunting Miss Lottie as fun. "The idea caught on at once, for annoying Miss Lottie was always fun." (2) Also in the story, she tends to follow what the other kids are doing. That behavior is something usually children do to be liked by others even if it means being unkind to another person. And in this case, she doesn't think for herself, she follows the group.
The word “syntax” describes the relationships between words in the sentences they form. While in most cases, such as in academic writing, the syntax must be as grammatically correct as possible. However in creative writing the laws of grammar do not necessarily apply, and the syntax is allowed to be as colorful and expressive as the author wishes as long as it contributes to the artistic quality of the work. In Albert Camus’s The Stranger, there are many instances where Camus has no qualms about abandoning proper grammatical structure in favor of creative expression. The novel is narrated from a first person point of view, and thus the main character named Meursault’s tone is visible throughout the novel.
English language has become the second language in Pakistan in order to have contact with people from other countries. Learning English Language as a second language is not easy as it needs a lot of practice and exercises. According to Carl Jung’s people personality can be classified into 3 criteria which are extraversion-introversion, sensing-intuition and thinking-feeling. However, in this research, only one criterion will be studied which is extraversion-introversion. The trait of extraversion–introversion is a central dimension of human personality theories.
A lot of people would express doubt in this argument, there is not a lot of evidence supporting it, and it is not memorable. The second assumption could be explore in a new and unique way: relating professional shorthand to texting. Many professionals, such as doctors or military officers, uses a variation of shorthand and acronyms in their professional writing and verbal vocabulary. If the author releases texting to professional shorthand and that one needs a good foundation and understanding of the English language to develop one’s own shortcuts, then, and only then, her reason would be strong and
Problems in an essay As I was writing my literacy narrative, I encountered three main problems. The first problem I encountered was properly using grammar and punctuation. Another problem I had was identifying the correct way to use a comma, as well as, making sure I did not have comma splices in my writing. I also had difficulty staying with one story line. I would write about several different topics instead of focusing on one topic.
Alice walker uses diction to convey the loss of innocence in this short story. Using diction such as “She struck out at random at chickens she liked” to convey innocence at the beginning of the story. However she starts using different diction towards the end to convey the loss of that innocence. With lines like “The air was damp and silence was close” and “It was then she stepped smack into his eyes” and “It was only when she saw his naked grin that she gave a little yelp of
IT’s imperfect or even incorrect in some places but mostly, it’s just a simplistic understanding of how English works. It’s still clear enough to understand if more people took the time to and it’s the first language she learned from her mother. She looked back at her own work and saw the overly worded and strict grammar, a way she only talked around certain people but never her mother. She realized that this English isn’t bad either, but neither is her mother tongue. While slightly wrong, it’s how she learned English and gained her love of the language to the point that she knew she wanted to write professionally.