How to Analyze Writing Samples?

Answer Think about the last time that you spotted a typo or misspelling in an article, ad or book. Your likely conclusion: The author is either careless or not very bright. A writing sample -- even one th... Read More »

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Essay Writing: How to Critically Analyze?

Writing a good critical analysis requires you to familiarize yourself with facts associated with the topic and with the prevailing opinions on the topic, and to practice the fundamentals of fair th... Read More »

How to Analyze a Cause & Effect Relationship in Writing?

Analyzing cause and effect relationships in writing can be done through diagrams, creating lists, identifying verbs and keywords that indicate a causal relationship, or through discussion.

How to Analyze Fly Ash?

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) defines fly ash as as a product of burning ground coal in a boiler to generate electricity. The EPA says fly ash has many potential uses as raw materi... Read More »

How to Analyze Fiction?

Fiction is a narrative that strings together events that are imaginary, not factual. A work of fiction can be a book, a play, an opera or a film. Although there is little consensus as to what the e... Read More »