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How might you work on removing first person from your writing?
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What is the difference in using the Internet for general purposes and using it for academic purposes?
Weegy: Using the internet for general purposes involves browsing the web at ones own pace and discretion, you are browsing say social networking sites and using the information you find for your own recreational use. [ When you use the internet for academic purposes you have a specific target and goal that you are searching for, you are not browsing at your own discretion, but at the guidelines of whatever academic question you are posed with. Here is a a great article to read on this subject: ] (More)
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