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Lecture 5

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English
Course Code
ENG213H5
Professor
Tracy Moniz

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February 3, 2010 Lecture Five WRI203 For dialogue, for each different speaker make it on a new line and indent the lines back and forth it is used so that the reader can follow the story If you are indenting in a story, make sure that you are consistent I thought to myself remove to myself You can italicize thoughts Exercise 11: List 25 verbs for to sit and choseanother verb of your choice Exercise 12: Write a rhetorical analysis and read the story on pg.236, how the 4 principles of effective writing play into the piece or how they may not play into it INTERFERING FACTOR PRONOUNS AND NOUNS Pronoun substitutes for a noun Do not need to use he said, she said continuously because that is why u have the separate lines and indents for dialogue
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