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What will you miss most about school?

What will you miss most about school? When school is over, what I will miss most about school is math, art, my friends, my teacher, recess and gym. Math was so fun because I learned a lot. Art is so fun because I get to make stuff. My friends are so fun because I like […]

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How do you write a thesis statement for a college essay?

How do you write a thesis statement for a college essay? Tips for Writing a Good Thesis StatementBe Specific. Essays should be based on a specific argument. Make a Clear Argument. Often, you need to write a paper within a very limited set of parameters usually a few thousand words at most. Take a Strong […]

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What to do if you disagree with your parents?

What to do if you disagree with your parents? 5 Tips for Disagreeing with Your ParentsStay calm. There’s a reason why Keep calm and carry on has become a viral phrase in the last few years. Avoid all or nothing statements. Avoid all or nothing phrases like you always or you never when arguing. Stay […]

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How hard is it to get into cosmos?

How hard is it to get into cosmos? Each of the 4 participating UC campuses can accommodate about 160-200 participants, so selection is competitive. A competitive COSMOS candidate has a GPA of 3.5 or above. In making admission decisions, COSMOS admissions officers consider the following factors: Good Grades, particularly in math and science courses. What […]

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What does homelessness do to a community?

What does homelessness do to a community? Homelessness Affects All of Us It has a ripple effect throughout the community. It impacts the availability of healthcare resources, crime and safety, the workforce, and the use of tax dollars. Further, homelessness impacts the present as well as the future. Why helping the homeless is important? It […]

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What are overused words?

What are overused words? Here Are the 10 Most Overused Words in Your Writing1 Other. This word appeared over five million times in a day across Grammarly products. 2 More. More is one of those catchall terms. 3 New. New products, new information, new person. 4 Good. Good is just good enough. 5 Best. 6 […]

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How do you write a theme for a poem?

How do you write a theme for a poem? To determine theme, start by figuring out the main idea. Then keep looking around the poem for details such as the structure, sounds, word choice, and any poetic devices. Consider the effect of these devices as you ask yourself about what lesson the poem might be […]

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What is the meaning of vivid language?

What is the meaning of vivid language? Vivid language consists of the descriptive adjectives that bring your experience to life for the reader. Look at what you have written and see if the words are sufficient to put your reader in the moment with you, as if he or she could see what you saw […]

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What is draft in academic writing?

What is draft in academic writing? Drafting refers to actually writing the words of the paper. As part of the writing process, you will write multiple drafts of your paper. Each rough draft improves upon the previous one. The final draft is simply the last draft that you submit. What should the body of a […]

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How does mitosis play a role in cancer?

How does mitosis play a role in cancer? Cancer: mitosis out of control Mitosis is closely controlled by the genes inside every cell. Sometimes this control can go wrong. If that happens in just a single cell, it can replicate itself to make new cells that are also out of control. These are cancer cells. […]

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