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How to be a good writer?

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How to be a good writer?

Postby erwin » Sun Mar 28, 2010 2:29 pm

dear teacher and all the members of this forums

firstly, I like to thanks because I can be a new member of this forum. I like to study English well especially in writing. however, to be a good writer is not easy..please give me the tips to be a good writer! the rules etc.. I need your answer and suggestion please.thank you.. :-D
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Re: How to be a good writer?

Postby hermit » Sat Apr 10, 2010 6:50 pm

Hi Erwin - You can google "English grammar rules"; I think you'll find it helpful...

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Re: How to be a good writer?

Postby Najma » Sat Jul 24, 2010 1:31 pm

Hi Erwin
If you want to be good at writing, then I would recommend you learn English grammar and genres. Writing an essay or newspaper etc.. depend on genres. So, google fo example " How to write a goos essay or newspaper" you will get a lot information and details.

Hope you get help

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Re: How to be a good writer?

Postby Sunnypk » Sun Jul 25, 2010 2:24 am

Hi Erwin

For becoming a good writer. I would suggest you to Write a alot every day like essay, paragraph. Read the daily newspaper, short stories. and read vacabulary. and what do you write. show others and try to write again, in this way you will have good power at Writing skill.

Best Of Luck

Thanks

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