ENGL-1301 Week 3! Summary, Paraphrase, and Direct Quotation
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DESCRIPTIONTips from Week 2 Remember to Check the Blog for Slides, Assignments, and Links to Information: Textbook Tip: Page 11 of FYW Rhetorical Reading Textbook Tip 2: Table 2.1, pp If you need some extra grammar review, check the Bedford St. Martins Handbook Sections
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