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Proposal

 

Individual: Request for Proposal

 

Virtual Organizations

 

Write on the following tools as the focus of your manual :

 

ENG RESEARCH PAPERS

  • Module 1: What Is a Research paper?

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Module 1: What Is a Research paper?

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Here are some of the scholar articles that I grap from the sites I gave you , you better tell me give the usename and password not as you said it didn't open ( username : talamoudi      Password: Tk527841i ) I'd like to ask you redo it depends on these articles and grap 10 more as you see they will help , (15 ) articles make the bilography for them and pick only 5 that are related to what you wrote and just change your sources to 5 of these scholars please ;;; I added $ 10 more for you since you helped me and you are already in the truck just make the nedded adjustment  

Essay on midsummer nights dream fairies vs another mythical

Here is my assignment:

The Magic of Mythical Creatures: You will need to research a type of mythical creature, such as mermaids, gnomes, leprechauns, goblins, or genies.  You will then write an essay comparing the creature that you researched and the fairies in A Midsummer Night's Dream.  This means that you will explain, in a complete essay, how the mythical creature you researched (mermaid, gnome, or whichever one you choose to learn about) is similar to (or different from) the fairies in A Midsummer Night's Dream.

Compare and Contrast

First read chapter 27, 1, and 2 in that order from the book Born to Run by

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Assignment

Write a brief (250-300) word analysis of the selection you read from Hard Times. Use the reading comprehension practice you did in Lesson 1.1 as pre-writing to develop your ideas before you write your analysis. Turn in your pre-writing with the final draft of your analysis.

 

Reading Comprehension Practice:

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