jueves, 3 de octubre de 2013
The aptitude to write methodized is essential to all the students, and after facing challenges of writing I am in my way to achieve a better method to do it. Every time I write something, I feel better and a complacent sympathy about my writings. For example, during the first years at college, writing was not clear and onerous for me. Furthermore, topics were not intriguing, due to after an uninteresting given sentence, we were told to develop a story. As still another instance, I used to use few synonyms, antonyms and linking words which made the writing less academic. Assuredly, this year my writings are more prodigious and stunning.
It is a fact that we could not improve the way of writing by ourselves; writing is considered as a process or as a progressive work accompanied by a lot of theory. In our classes for example, concepts and steps are well developed, the relevance of different kinds of paragraphs and its introduction sentence, body or development of the main idea and concluding sentence as well. Secondly, through theory, I realize about mistakes make by me in my papers or short writings. Finally, theory is essential to me, it is the main structure to follow in order to create sharpened manuscripts. Regarding to the way of writing in my personal experience, the progressive work through several stages, processes and theory, reveals that I need time, patience, and scaffolding, because writing is nothing more than a procedure.
Verb (used with object), meth•od•ized, meth•od•iz•ing.
1. to reduce (something) to a method.
2. to arrange (something) according to a method.
Complacent (about something/somebody):
1. Pleased, especially with oneself or one's merits, advantages, situation, etc.,often without awarenessof some potential danger or defect; Self-satisfied: The voters are too complacent to change the government.
2. Pleasant; complaisant.
1. Burdensome, oppressive, or troublesome; causing hardship: onerous duties.
2. Having or involving obligations or responsibilities, especially legal ones that outweigh the advantages: An onerous agreement.
1. Extraordinary in size, amount, extent, degree, force, etc.: a prodigious research grant.
2. Wonderful or marvelous: a prodigious feat.
3. Abnormal; monstrous.
4. Obsolete, ominous.
1. Causing, capable of causing, or liable to cause astonishment, bewilderment, or a loss ofconsciousness or strength: a stunning blow.
2. Of striking beauty or excellence: What a stunning dress you're wearing!
Verb (used with object), verb (used without object).
To make something sharper; to become sharper.
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