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How to make a good article? It is simple.
● Read the task, understand it, make an outline.
● Write. Write down everything that comes to your mind but do not analyze anything.
● Read what you have written. Analyze it and think whether it fits the task or not. If not, change it.
● Do not try too hard to make perfect sentences. You can edit them later.
● Try to write as much as you can. The more you write, the easier it will be to edit your work later.
● A good article is a combination of an introduction, body, conclusion and references.
Do not worry if you do not know how to write an article. You will learn it!
After reading a task in the exam, you should plan your article. One way to plan an article is as fplows:
Step 1 – read the instructions for writing articles;
Step 2 – make an outline;
Step 3 – start writing;
Step 4 – read the paper again and correct mistakes;
Step 5 – finish writing.
The most important thing is to write as much as possible. To write well, start with getting good ideas. Good ideas are based on practice and experience. The more you write down, the better ideas you will have for writing an article. After thinking about some ideas, you can start planning an article. Your article should have an introduction, body and conclusion. These three parts form an article structure, which is often fplowed by students in their exams. The introduction is where you introduce the topic, give background information and state your position on the topic. The body is where you present evidence in support of your position. The conclusion is where you summarize all your thoughts about the topic. To come up with good ideas and words, you need to read many books, newspapers, magazines and use other sources of information. When you read something interesting or hear something interesting, write it down in your notebook or keep a copy of it in some notes application on your mobile phone so that you do not forget about it later when you are writing an article. You also need to practice writing articles by using different sources because each source has its own style in presenting information and arguments and its own way of giving information about specific things. When you use different sources of information and practice writing articles in different styles, you increase the chances of success in your exams because you become more aware of different styles of writing articles and adopt them into your own style of writing articles. In addition, when you practice writing articles in different styles, you gain more confidence in writing articles because you have more experience in this area and can use this experience in the exam room when you are writing an article in front of a teacher or computer screen when taking a test online.
Task 8.2 Writing an article on a topic that was assigned
Task 8.3 Writing an article on a topic that was assigned
Task 8.4 Writing an article on a topic that was assigned
8.5 How to create a title for an article?
A title of an article makes your reader interested in reading your paper and determines whether he/she will continue reading your paper or not. Therefore, when creating a title for an article, you should pay attention to it and try to create a title that will attract readers’ attention and make them want to read your paper further. Creating titles for articles is also a skill that requires practice and experience because sometimes there are no words or phrases that accurately describe a particular situation but you still need to write something for a title and therefore have to come up with something that sounds appropriate but at the same time attracts attention of readers. Sometimes creating titles for articles is easy when you are given enough information about a topic but other times it can be challenging because there are no words that would accurately describe a subject but only words that sound interesting but do not accurately describe it or vice versa – there are words that accurately describe a subject but they do not sound interesting at all or they are too long or too short or they do not fit the topic or task at all in terms of word length or style. For example, if your task is to write an article about climate change and the topic is about food shortages in Africa, then there are no words that would describe correctly this situation such as “climate change” or “food shortages” yet “climate change” sounds interesting while “food shortages” does not sound interesting at all because it does not describe anything yet “climate changes” is too long and does not fit the word count limit (500-600 words. Another example would be if your task is to write an article about one of the consequences of climate changes such as floods and storms (in addition to increased temperatures. and the topic is about refugees who move from countries experiencing floods and storms to other countries due to lack of food supplies and housing facilities, then “floods” sounds interesting while “storms” does not sound interesting at all because it does not match the topic of this article which is “refugees” while “floods” is too long and does not fit the word count limit (500-600 words. Therefore, when creating a title for an article, which requires planning ahead, you should use both common sense (textual analysis. and creativity when choosing words for your title because sometimes even if there are words that would fit exactly into the topic or task, they might sound too boring so another option is to find unusual words that would fit into the topic or task but yet sound interesting at the same time so that even if they do not fit exactly into the topic or task, they would still sound appropriate enough for a title of an article. For example, if your task is to write an article about how companies try to save money on new technpogies by using pder versions instead of newer ones and the topic is about cars and trucks built before 2015 which are treated as second-hand vehicles despite being newer than cars built after 2015 even though both were made within 10 years so they are practically identical, then “2015” sounds interesting while “10 years ago” does not sound interesting at all because it does not match the topic of this article which is “cars” while “2015” is too long and does not fit the word count limit (500-600 words. Another example would be if your task is to write an article about global warming and the topic is about melting ice caps in Antarctica which cause rising sea levels worldwide resulting in flooding some areas and natural disasters such as earthquakes, hurricanes and tsunamis which destroy cities everywhere due to poor infrastructure which cannot withstand these natural disasters as earthquakes used to stay under water before melting ice caps caused sea levels rise which had disastrous consequences on people living in coastal areas such as New York City which now needs reinforcement against earthquakes since sea level rise has resulted in land subsidence which makes pder buildings sink into the ground because concrete structures do not like rising sea levels either resulting in damages received by buildings in coastal areas such as San Francisco Bay Area which had previously never experienced earthquakes although California used to have frequent earthquakes but not anymore due to melting ice caps causing sea levels rise worldwide therefore rising ocean levels caused frequent earthquakes along west coast of California which used to be below sea level especially during high tides but now most coastal areas are built above sea level due to rising sea levels thus eliminating risks of flooding even during high tides let alone earthquakes although some coastal areas still experience occasional floods due to rising sea levels even though California no longer experiences frequent earthquakes due to melting ice caps causing sea levels rise worldwide… unless another natural disaster strikes such as tornado or hurricane… perhaps we should reinforce our buildings against earthquakes too just in case…), then “sea levels” sounds interesting while “melting ice caps” does not sound interesting at all because it does not match the topic of this article which is “rising sea levels” while “sea levels” is too long and does not fit the word count limit (500-600 words. There are other examples such as wildfires which are destroying forests all over America or deforestation which causes extinction of species due to loss of habitats resulting from human activity such as logging so trees are disappearing faster than new ones grow resulting in reduced amount of oxygen produced by trees thus reducing oxygen levels in oceans which results in rising sea levels worldwide where flooding is one consequence yet other consequences include appearing stronger hurricanes
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