This post contains a random collection of 70 sentence stems you can use in your academic writing. Need help with your writing? 80 grammar useful sentences for essay writing vocabulary tips, for both native and non-native speakers.
Thank you very much, native speaker write an international coursebook? 7 via Online Chat — it is a report and these are generally quite formulaic. But we arrived in time for my father’s birthday party. To commence with, are found more intelligent and successful while comparing with the percentage of the people who had completed their education through Govt. My privet teacher said to me it is better that the second paragraph is near to your idea in conclusion, filled with Falstaff’s lively good spirits.
Back in the late 90s, in the process of reading for my MA dissertation, I put together a collection of hundreds of sentence frames that I felt could help me with my academic writing later on. So here are 70 sentences extracted and adapted for from the original compilation, which ran for almost 10 pages. This list is organized around keywords. I would like to argue that ___. 600 sentences, as well as grammar and vocabulary tips. E-book and paperback available on Amazon. Can a non-native speaker write an international coursebook?
I’ll start putting these into use immediately in my DipTESOL assignments. Higor, glad I could help. Thanks for letting out such a list. This is very helpful, I wish I had known about this fabulous choice of words during my first year of graduate study. This list is gonna be so useful!
I’ll definitely try to put them to good use during my next assignment. Why were some alphabets left out ? Sure there would have been a GR8 reason ! Thank you for dropping by. You can share the list with as many people as you like, of course. Please do acknowledge the source, though, ok? Maybe this will encourage more people to visit the blog.
I’ll definitely make use of it. Tyson, thank you for your kind words. This is a great source and I will definitely use it in my current literature review class. My professor provide us with your Blog. I am very glad for two reasons, your Blog is a great source, and I think you are Brazilian ? I am from São Paulo, and as an International student I struggle written in English. Data is the plural of datum.
In Latin, data is the plural of datum and, historically and in specialized scientific fields , it is also treated as a plural in English, taking a plural verb, as in the data were collected and classified . In modern non-scientific use, however , despite the complaints of traditionalists, it is often not treated as a plural. Instead, it is treated as a mass noun, similar to a word like information, which cannot normally have a plural and which takes a singular verb. What a wonderful list: thank you for sharing. Christine, I appreciate your kind words. Of course you can use it!
Every little thing than can increase traffic helps! Before I put this list together, I made a point of googling each one to check its approximate frequency. This alone sifted out at least half of my original list. Best regards from São Paulo, Brazil.
These are invaluable, and they’ll be put to immediate use in ICELT tasks. Jéssica, I’m so glad you’ll be able to use some of them. Thanks a zillion for sharing, Luiz! Assessors worldwide will be amazed at how much the quality of candidates’ writing has improved! We sure hope so, right, Márcia? Thanks for putting this work together.
I am preparing my readings for the Dissertation and in my collection your list of phrases will be useful. Very useful Christine and thanks for sharing. What a fabulous resource for international students as well! Definitely I will use some ideas for my TEFL essay. Patricia, I’m glad you found the list helpful! Courageous, generous and much appreciated.