Wish you the best in 2021

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2020 was a difficult year. And for students trying to attend a university and learn English, it was a real difficult year. Schools were closing, people were quarantined, and the whole economy thing just made it difficult. But there have been some fun things going on here at skillcourse.net. We have been revising and updating two of our writing courses. If all goes well, they should be out in a few weeks. These courses were designed to help students master English writing skills. And for those of you who have taken these courses, you know how valuable they are. Anyway, I just wanted to give you a quick message and wish you the best for 2021.

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Supporting an Opinion
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Supporting an Opinion

Because an opinion is a view that is not generally based on fact or knowledge, it is important for you, the writer, to give solid reasons for your opinion. Once…

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Writing a Counter-Argument [Essay]
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Writing a Counter-Argument [Essay]

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Counter-argument The counter-argument states clearly what the opposition believes. Some people believe that technology is the way of the future and that it is impossible to become overly dependent on…

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Essay Writing [Annotated Bibliography]
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Essay Writing [Annotated Bibliography]

Why do I need to do an annotated bibliography? Your teacher may ask you to do an annotated bibliography on a research project. This will help you determine whether your sources are relevant to your topic, and reliable.

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Steps to Effective Paraphrasing
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Steps to Effective Paraphrasing

Three Steps to Paraphrasing Step One: Read and study the original text you want to paraphrase. Know the material well. Step Two: Say your understanding of the text out loud. Step Three: Write your understanding of the text on a piece of paper.

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