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In the drafting process, it is very important to be aware of the differences between written and oral communication. In the written one, the words must be chosen more carefully...
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In the drafting process, it is very important to be aware of the differences between written and oral communication. In the written one, the words must be chosen more carefully and the phrases must be clear and logical. Think that you will not be near the reader to explain any unclear queries or phrases. It is very important to keep a logical sequence of steps so that the reader can track what you want to pass. Let it 'interact' with the bibliographic material and be creative in presenting your own argument (academic sustainability). For more, access http://assignmenthelpers.com.au/assignment-help/.

Through this exercise, you are in a position to analyze and present your own ideas and theories with reference to the subject. The basic idea is to argue academically your position through a creative interaction with the bibliography rather than just copying or repeating what others have said.

It should be noted that there are several types of essay (descriptive, informal, research) that can be done in various fields. In this paper, the focus will be on building an academic, research essay. Writing such a paper involves the analysis of various bibliographic sources (books, research articles, etc.) in which the theme chosen for the essay is approached or sustained, the synthesis of ideas and the comparison of one's own ideas with those of others.

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