Quoting in an essay punctuation

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Essay titles are often statements rather than questions, like “Politics today is dominated by pragmatic concerns, not ideological ones. Discuss.” If you have a title like this, try starting off by posing your own question. In this case, I might start with “Has politics ever been free from pragmatic concerns?” and use the essay to argue that ideology and pragmatical considerations have always both been part of the political landscape.

The writer should not repeat Emmit and repetition in the quote.

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Even in the worst case, you’re supposed to write 1200-1500 words for a 250 marks essay.
Padding means, you don’t know the exact answer so you just beat around the bushes and write the garbage stuff to fill up the pages, while this tactic does work in the school and college exams but don’t try it in the essay paper.
Don’t write too many proverbs / quotes/ (invented) case studies/examples per page. It makes the examiner think that you’ve no input of your own so you’re just filling up the pages.

Next, make three assertions about your topic, in order of increasing complexity.

THESIS, QUOTATIONS , INTRODUCTIONS, AND CONCLUSIONS. Adapted from Writing and Reading Across the Curriculum, 6th Edition By Laurence Behrens and Leonard J ...

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The writer should not repeat Emmit and repetition in the quote.

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Essay titles are often statements rather than questions, like “Politics today is dominated by pragmatic concerns, not ideological ones. Discuss.” If you have a title like this, try starting off by posing your own question. In this case, I might start with “Has politics ever been free from pragmatic concerns?” and use the essay to argue that ideology and pragmatical considerations have always both been part of the political landscape.

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quoting in an essay punctuation

Quoting in an essay punctuation

The writer should not repeat Emmit and repetition in the quote.

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quoting in an essay punctuation

Quoting in an essay punctuation

THESIS, QUOTATIONS , INTRODUCTIONS, AND CONCLUSIONS. Adapted from Writing and Reading Across the Curriculum, 6th Edition By Laurence Behrens and Leonard J ...

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Quoting in an essay punctuation

Even in the worst case, you’re supposed to write 1200-1500 words for a 250 marks essay.
Padding means, you don’t know the exact answer so you just beat around the bushes and write the garbage stuff to fill up the pages, while this tactic does work in the school and college exams but don’t try it in the essay paper.
Don’t write too many proverbs / quotes/ (invented) case studies/examples per page. It makes the examiner think that you’ve no input of your own so you’re just filling up the pages.

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