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Emma’s English Tutoring is a Sydney site that is partly commercial, in that it offers services. However, her background is certainly interesting. I am quite flattered that she has chosen to reproduce, with acknowledgement, How can I improve my essay grades, especially in exams, without learning “model essays” off by heart? from my pages here. There are some good pointers appearing on other posts on Emma’s site.

As you will know from my About page, I also do some tutoring, but not through these pages directly. If you want more information on that, use the contact page.

 

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Can you help me with paragraphing?

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Paragraphs form the basis of every type of writing. Although the purpose of the paragraph may vary the structure of the paragraph is always the same. Every paragraph should develop and support one main idea, and should lead the reader from one paragraph to the next.

Paragraph Builder is very clear and very good.
The Paragraph. Brought to you by the Purdue University Online Writing Lab.
English Writing Style – Sentence, Paragraph and Essay Writing Skills from About English as a 2nd Language. Lots of links to good things: for example, Discourse Markers – Linking Your Ideas in English. The downside: popups galore.
Paragraph Punch, an interactive paragraph writing tutorial. Requires Flash.
WRITING EFFECTIVE PARAGRAPHS is a clear account from a medical site!

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Posted by on January 22, 2007 in English language, esl for students, questions asked, student help, writing

 

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