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How to Create a Presentation

Presentations are given at various occasions, both at work and at school, and at informal or semi-formal events. Nowadays, almost every speech is accompanied by some sort of a presentation. The most common presentation-building tool is MS PowerPoint, which allows…

Writing a Grant Application

A grant application, sometimes referred to as a grant proposal, is a type of document one writes to receive funding for a project, business idea, or production renovation. The aim of a successful grant application is to prove that your…

Writing a Short Story

A short story is a genre of prose, normally composed in a narrative manner, which is smaller than a novel and usually has only one storyline. It also commonly has a limited number of characters and, unlike a novelette or…

How to Write a Speech

There can be various areas of life when you are asked to make a speech. It can be a formal occasion, for work, studying, retirement, promotion, etc., or an informal event, like a wedding, an anniversary, or the birthday of…

Writing a Descriptive Essay

A descriptive essay is a form of academic writing that is built around a detailed description of a person, building, place, situation, notion, etc. The main purpose of a descriptive essay is to describe your point of focus in a…

Writing a Critical Essay

A critical essay provides interpretation and analysis of a set text, piece of music, a painting, or play. It must be written with an academic purpose; it often proposes a sound argument. Although frequently confused with a review, a critical essay is more…

Writing an Expository Essay

There are three main types of expository essays: scholarly writing used mainly for academic purposes, which describes or examines a process in a comprehensive way; analyzing a concept, which describes and explores a written work or an event; also, expository…

Writing a Capstone Project

When a student reaches the final year of a degree course, one of the tasks that he or she needs to complete is a capstone project. It brings together the most important knowledge one has learned in an entire degree…

Writing a Dissertation

A dissertation is a document submitted in support of one’s candidacy for a degree or professional qualification, presenting the author’s research and findings. It is a lengthy academic paper that normally involves extensive research from both primary and secondary sources,…

Writing a Thesis

One is required to write a thesis at the end of an undergraduate course of study, or at the end of a postgraduate year. A thesis is a reasonably long piece of writing that contains a hypothesis, which the student…

Writing a Research Proposal

A research proposal is usually created for the specific purpose of outlining a plan of study. The purpose of a proposal is to help the person doing the writing to find and apply the emphasis and main points for future study, ahead…

Writing an Article Review

The term article review is not always clear to students who are given this assignment. Sometimes even journalists ask for a clarification when they are asked to write an article review. The terms ‘article summary’ or ‘article critique’ are interchangeable…

Writing an Article

Articles are generally defined as short pieces of writing of a non-fiction nature. They are used widely in journalism, creative writing, and online and offline publishing. When being asked to write an article, a writer should keep certain information in…

Writing a Screenplay

A screenplay is a creative piece of writing upon which a film or television program is based. It carries all the words spoken by the actors, all the details about the scenario, and all the necessary set directions. The dialog,…

Writing a Book

It is impossible to write a book without being armed with a set of essential tools. These are experience, ability, and material. Experience means that no one can write a book if they lack previous experience in writing articles, short…

Writing an Autobiography

“Autobiography” is a word that might confuse some people. Biography means the story of someone’s life. “Auto” means about oneself: so the word means the life story of the person writing the life story. Only one person can write an…

Writing an Informal Letter

Informal writing might not exactly be rocket science, but it still requires knowing some basic knowledge of the principles and rules that cover general letter writing approaches. Whether you are writing to a friend to share your experience of a…

Writing a Hardship Letter

A hardship letter, or letter of hardship, is a personal letter you write to explain your difficulty in order to qualify for a benefit, to waive a fee, or have a change in scene. There are various situations in which…

Writing a Reference Letter

A reference letter is provided by an applicant to prove that skills shown on a resume or CV are real. It can support claims about skills and experience, as well as confirm by an employer that the bearer of the…

Writing a Recommendation Letter

Known as a letter of recommendation, or a reference, it is a testimonial: that is, a written recommendation or support of a person’s skills and attributes. Letters of recommendation are often composed to express a person’s suitability for a specific…

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