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One of the best reasons to write is to express what we think.
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One of the best reasons to write is to express what we think.
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Explain how each of the five types of prewriting assist a writer in getting started
Weegy: Type 1: Brainstorming You need to spend some time thinking about what matters today. What will hook your readers in and entertain them? What will make them flip to the next page? You need to spend some time thinking about good topics. [ Whether you are writing a book, a non-fiction book, whatever you are writing needs to have a great topic. One that your reader will love to read and turn the next page. How this helps: Brainstorming can improve your essay or book or whatever you are writing because, without good ideas, you won't hook your reader in. Type 2: Clustering Once you have your topic, write around it. Meaning, what centers around this topic or idea. let's take the topic "Daily life." If this is your topic (not saying it is), then you want to write about it. Your exercise routine, your morning routine, work, kids, school, whatever it is you do. Cluster, and gather all the necessary information you need. How it helps: This helps because you now have everything that you are going to write. You have the ideas and the mess that you can later turn into a story or book or whatever. You have your general ideas. Type 3: Free Writing Write, write, write. Don't create a rough draft. Don't worry about spelling,  punctuation, whether or not your readers like it, just write everything down. You can edit it and improve it later. Just write your thoughts and ideas down. You have to start somewhere, so start now. How this helps: This helps because you have something you can work with. You have your base plan. Now you have to add in, take out, and improve. Type 4: Looping Re-state your main point. This is looping. Always make sure that after every 10 sentences or so, you loop back to your main point. Don't go off on a rabbit trail. Stay with the public, and push them through slowly. Remind them what you are writing about, and what they are reading about. How it helps: Looping helps because it takes the student back to the main point. You ... (More)
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The five writing assistance helps a writer to develop ideas and to have a clear concept about the idea. These brainstorming techniques are quite helpful in organizing concepts and ideas and to develop topics for writing. Yhe main idea of an essay is called its thesis statement.

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Choose the word that best fills-in the blank. She forcefully _______ her view that something needs to be done to reduce crime in the city in front of city council. A. murmured B. asserted C. commented D. snarled
Weegy: She forcefully "asserted" her view that something needs to be done to reduce crime in the city in front of city council. User: Of these four words which one is most likely to have a negative flavor or commotion (More)
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Harangue is most likely to have a negative flavor.
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A cliche is a what expression
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A cliche is a expression
Weegy: A cliche is a worn-out expression. User: The step of the writing process that involves organizing your thoughts is Weegy: The step of the writing process that involves organizing your thoughts is brainstorming. User: To put abstract ideas into sensory words use what descriptions Weegy: To put abstract ideas into sensory words, use concrete descriptions. User: Which statement is most accurate regarding the speaking-writing connection (More)
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Written words seldom reflect the words people use when they speak.- is most accurate regarding the speaking-writing connection.
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Synonyms are words that are A. pronounced the same. B. defined in a thesaurus. C. similar in meaning. D. opposite in meaning.
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