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1. How do you write an academic writing sample?

2. State the main idea of each paragraph.


3. In academic writing, there are certain words and phrases that are used consistently.
4. The difference between the right word and almost the right word is the difference
between lightning and a lightning bug.
5. I will share the words and phrases you can equip yourself with.
6. Video games encourage children to associate happiness and pleasure.
7. There is a divergence between what they say and what they actually do.
8. The central issue addressed here is the relationship between water management and
sustainable development.
9. There seems to be no compelling reason to argue.
10. There are three main arguments that can be advanced to support the idea.
11. The data gathered in the study suggest that there is a correlation between variables.
12. In this paper, the discussion centers on global warming.
13. This study is an attempt to address the issue of public transport.
14. This study draws on research conducted by him.
15. There is insufficient research on water management to draw any firm conclusions.
16. I am not alone in my view that your assignment is incomplete.
17. I will start putting these instructions into use immediately.
18. If you need more help, check these papers out.
19. I will convert this into a power point slide and share it.
20. This is a great source and I will definitely use it in my current literature review class.
21. There are large numbers of private schools, in art, music and academic studies.
22. After a year of academic life, he tried business again, but he gave it up finally and
returned to college.
23. The necessity for experimental demonstration appears to have been urged by the French
chemists.
24. Two small rivers flow through the township.
25. Mathematics was more or less ousted from the academic curricula.
26. Honorary academic degrees were conferred upon him by the university.
27. He was educated at Glasgow university, where he had a brilliant academic career.
28. The rules of that game were useless on the stage.
29. He continued an academic career by lecturing on political economy at the university.
30. His academic lectures published in two volumes.
31. There are also many private business colleges and college-preparatory schools.
32. The function of the academic department is to control the teaching branch and internal
examinations.
33. He is unable to concentrate on his academic work.
34. Could you remind me to call my advisor at 9:00 p.m. tomorrow?
35. More often than not, students prefer club activities to classes.
36. We lost our electricity because of the storm.
37. I never thought he was capable of doing something so cruel.
38. Water is derived from various sources including rivers, lakes and oceans.
39. Many areas around the world are facing water deficit.
40. Each country has its own system of water supply.
41. Globalization can often lead to the destruction of local customs and cultures.
42. Most of our business schools talk a good game when it comes to globalization.
43. Possibly we may withdraw from it, but never change its nature.
44. The exports include rubber, tobacco and cotton.
45. Sometimes we have to accept change, if we want to move forward.
46. A general idea of the construction of the machine can be gathered from the figure.
47. Supplementary details are given in the book.
48. Later he was chosen director of the university observatory.
49. He was educated at home and at the university of Sydney.
50. Their daily routine was prescribed for them in the strictest manner.
51. Academic writing refers to a style of expression that researchers use to define the
intellectual boundaries.
52. The language in your paper needs to be clear and words need to be chosen for their
precision.
53. Deductive reasoning is a big part of academic writing
54. An academic paper has three distinct sections, the introduction, body and conclusion.
55. Assignment essay tasks are set to assist students to develop mastery of their study subject.
56. The proposal was finally rejected.
57. The Industrial Revolution had an impact upon society in a number of different ways.
58. The interviews were conducted with a group of parents.
59. You should avoid expressing strong opinions too directly.
60. Heat and drought had continued for more than three weeks.
61. Humanity augments with technology will lead to ever-increasing productivity.
62. Chaos and complexity can both be viewed as a theory of formal social systems.
63. The trouble with that theory is here we have letters and numbers.
64. I could not see the relation of the different parts to one another.
65. This book introduces the theory and applications of nanotechnology.
66. Readers should gain a comprehensive understanding of the method.
67. Now we will discuss the industrial applications of these technologies.
68. Contributions also offer an outlook on potential future developments in the field.
69. The coverage is not intended to be an exhaustive summary of the field.

70. Green composites do not harm the environment.


71. It is possible to minimize the consumption of fossil oil resources.
72. These papers have widened the utilization of plants.
73. Agriculture is the main source of income of the world’s poor.
74. The greatest numbers of poor people live in the rural areas.
75. This chapter provides the setting for the plant biotechnology case studies.
76. This chapter uses deductive reasoning to demonstrate how the product can be
deployed.
77. These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors.

78. Consumers now use retail websites to search for product information.
79. The website interface represents the stimulus that influences consumers’
decision making.
80. The purpose of this research was to examine the impact of website
environmental cues on consumers’ choice criteria.
81. We used scale items and other studies to develop the survey instrument.
82. Participants were not performing an actual purchase.
83. Meteorological forecasting techniques can play a role in estimating future
changes.
84. This chapter provides a general introduction to the topic.
85. This contribution shows the efforts of a group of partners.
86. Observations from the ground can contribute to our understanding of the
phenomenon.
87. However, definitions of health system strengthening are still lacking.
88. These include an analysis to control and implementation of the research.
89. This article is published under license to the engineering department.

90. Because of the economic growth and changes in lifestyle, diabetes has become a
major public health problem.
91. We established collaboration between urban hospitals and community health
services.
92. This method computes a determination of a statistical confidence for each
individual determination.
93. Principles of applying the theory in the laboratory and the field are discussed.
94. The medical record of a patient after receiving treatment was reviewed.
95. Diagnostic work up for other causes of infectious diseases was negative.
96. Physicians should be alert to the fact that the experiment is potential fatal.
97. Lung diseases adversely affect airflow during breathing.
98. Nanoscale materials are relatively novel materials.
99. The aim of the work, presented could be formulated as follows.
100. Some methods for clinical applications have been presented as well.
101. During the 1960s, several biologists made decisive contributions to the
development of theoretical biology.
102. We developed a method for evaluation of dynamic changes.
103. Quantitative and temporal parameters of food consumption were used.
104. This method makes it possible to record simultaneously food-procuring activity
and impulse activity.
105. Proteins constitute at least 30% of the total mass of all living organisms.
106. The choice of model is based on a combination of throughput, economics and
similarity to the final manufacturing scale.
107. The current and conventional method has many disadvantages including side
effects.
108. Most of the strategies are in a preclinical state.
109. Process intensification provides a key competitive advantage in the market.
110. There has been rapid growth in the commercial market.
111. Cellular engineering strategies are highly desirable.
112. Genetic and biochemical analyses have generated a detailed portfolio of
mechanisms.
113. This progress has enabled the rational identification of core machinery.
114. A key feature in drug development is examination of the pharmacological
effects.
115. A science-based approach is vital for effective advancements.
116. This essay examined the use of the computer in the science classroom.
117. The Internet and interactive video were among the most recent technology
infusions into science teaching.
118. Diagnosis is not a discrete or limited process.
119. The search for universal explanations plays an important role in the development
of archaeological theory.
120. Australian planners have been preoccupied with the problem of water.