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Which are some good books to improve your English writing?
Which are some good books to improve your English skills? Well, it all comes down to the point of the letter. I' m a novice, a learner's learner's dictionary like the Oxford Advanced Learner's Journal can satisfy the beginner's needs to the full. The official manual is the best manual for this task. Recommended reading:
In fact, it is hard to suggest a scientific manual because each discipline has its own needs. I have a literary essay by my uncles. In this little volume, the authors, William Strunk, clearly presented the basic principles of use and composing. Being an ESL pupil in China, I consider it a textbook that shows me how to compose an essay or passage in the style of a local script.
About writing Well I think the main point of this work is conciseness. It is a very different issue from what I learned from English language professors in high schools. Simplified English for five sentences and a 120-word paper in an English class.
For many English instructors, it doesn't really matter what points the pupils show, but how many long phrases they use. You think the more terms you use, the better you do it. I' m learning a lesson before going to bed and checking how many words I can still recall the next mornings. Merriam-Webster Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms I can't recall many big words with my bad memories.
The synonyms and antonyms dictionary can help me choose which to use. A thesaurus can help me find a big term that is the same as the little term I recall. Continue to read good books and teach them how authors organize their words. A couple of good books on my desk.
Continue with your letter. I still don't know how to stop my letter, but I won't stop. I want you to take down every thought. Select any good phrase or words you are reading and try to make your phrase similar. Keep rewriting and keep in mind that every piece was once a crappy design.