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PROVERBS GIVE ME SOME TIPS! SYNONYMS/MEANING PROVIDE EXAMPLES/DEFINITION RANDOM
100
People are never satisfied with their own situation; they always think others have it better.
The grass is greener on the other side of the fence.
100
Arrange ideas in logical order.
Write in full sentences.
Your writing should not sound like a list.
How do you expand notes?
100
inventor
A person who creates or discovers a new method, form, device or other useful means that becomes known as an invention.
100
ADVERTISING LANGUAGE
It is a stylistic language used in menus to promote/persuade customers to avail certain dishes.
100
SCANNING
What reading technique do you use when you are looking for a specific detail in a text?
200
Actions are a better reflection of one’s character because it’s easy to say things, but difficult to act on them and follow through.
Actions speak louder than words.
200
Just focus on the essential facts or ideas.
Ignore all the examples and minor details.
Just write down the key phrases.
How do you make some notes?
200
pioneer
A person who begins or helps develop something new and prepares the way for others to follow .
200
CONNECTIVES
It is a part of speech that connects words, phrases, or clauses
200
YOU'LL GET AN EXTRA POINT!
YOU ARE A LUCKY BEING!
300
When people we love are not with us, we love them even more.
Absence makes the heart grow fonder.
300
Make sure it is made up of 50 words.
Include a surprise ending or a twist.
Give some tips on how to write a mini saga.
300
instruction
A detailed information telling how something should be done, operated, or assembled.
300
YOU'LL GET AN EXTRA POINT!
YOU ARE A LUCKY BEING!
300
Commas help your reader figure out which words go together in a sentence and which parts of your sentences are most important.
WHY DO WE NEED COMMAS?
400
Howsoever big a task is, it starts with a small step.
A journey of thousand miles begins with a single step.
400
use your own words.
only note the most important points, using key words and phrases.
read the original text multiple times, ensuring you don't miss any points.
ensure a summary is much shorter than the original source.
read widely and try to develop a summary or the article/book in your head as you read.
How do you summarise texts?
400
concise
An adjective that means brief in form but comprehensive in scope.
400
Urban legends
Horror stories
Cautionary tale
Tall tales
400
ALEJANDRO
WHAT IS TEACHER AUDREY'S LAST NAME?
500
Things that look good outwardly may not be as valuable or good.
All that glitters is not gold.
500
Make it brief.
Make sure it is suitable for the chosen section of the text.
How do you create a subheading?
500
YOU'LL GET AN EXTRA POINT!
YOU ARE ONE LUCKY BEING!
500
for
and
but
so
Connectives
500
Quantity or number
Quality or opinion
Size
Age
Shape
Colour
Proper adjective (often nationality, other place of origin, or material)
Purpose or qualifier
PROVIDE THE CORRECT ADJECTIVAL ORDER




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