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Many people think that writing a good paragraph or paper is a kind of magical skill -- one that some people have and others do not. When such people find that they have to do a great deal of writing themselves, either in college or on their jobs, they become angry and frustrated. Why should they have to write? After all, people are not asked to play the piano or draw a picture if they have no training or talent. Is not it just as unfair to be asked to write?
Probably the best-kept secret about writing is that it is a skill that can be mastered. That is right -- you can learn to write a decent paper, learn to do well in writing assignments in school or on the job, no matter how much trouble you may have had with writing before. Writing consists of a series of steps that you can follow. When you finish, you should have an organized, effective paper.
The first step in writing an effective paper is to make a point of some kind. A point is an assertion, a statement that goes beyond a mere fact

 

 

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