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Writing intro 1

Writing intro 1

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This is the "theory" of how an introduction is presented.
When you have done this introduction please proceed to the exercise.
Good luck
This is the "theory" of how an introduction is presented.
When you have done this introduction please proceed to the exercise.
Good luck

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Published by: Roisnahrudin on Apr 04, 2008
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Writing paragraphs
Essays are divided into paragraphs. If your essay is one continuous piece of text, it will be very difficult for any reader to follow your argument. Therefore essays need paragraphs.Essays are divided into paragraphs in a meaningful way. A paragraph is a group of sentences that develop one topic or idea. The topic of one paragraph should followlogically from the topic of the last paragraph and should lead on to the topic of the next paragraph. The paragraphs have different functions, but all
an idea - that is, theyadd information, explanation, examples and illustrations to the central theme or idea untilthe theme is fully developed.
Writing paragraphs
Exercise 1
Divide the following text into paragraphs. Remember that each paragraph should developa particular theme.How to stop yourself snoring.Snoring is caused when the airway at the back of the nose and throat becomes partiallyobstructed. This is usually due to the loosening of the surrounding oropharyngealmuscles, but the reasons why this should occur are varied. The most common aresmoking, obesity and the consumption of relaxants such as alcohol and sleeping pills. Aswith any common ailment, there are a host of "miracle" cures advertised - but you shouldfirst try a few simple steps to see if you can halt the snoring before adopting more drasticmeasures. Lifestyle changes can be the most effective. If you are overweight, a loss of weight will help to reduce the pressure on your neck. You should also stop smoking andtry not to drink alcohol at least four hours before you go to bed. Beyond this, try tochange your regular sleeping position. Raise the head of your bed with a brick, or tiesomething uncomfortable into the back of your pyjamas to encourage you to sleep onyour side. Both of these will help to alter the angle of your throat as you sleep, and maythus make breathing easier for you. It is also important to keep your nasal passage clear and unblocked. Allergies, colds and hay fever can temporarily cause you to snore; nasaldecongestants may help, but you are not advised to use such remedies for long periods. Nasal strips, as worn by sportspeople, have been proven to reduce nasal airway resistance by up to 30 per cent, so consider these as a long-term alternative. If this fails, then youmay wish to look at the varied snoring aids that are on the market. They range from neck collars that stop your neck tilting, through to mandibular-advancement devices (such asgumshields) which reduce upper airway resistance, and tongue-retaining devices. You can

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