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Studying for English 104 - Summary
These convenient flashcards will quiz you on important English composition concepts and vocabulary. Each set of flashcards covers a specific skill or topic related to English composition, such as essay writing, sentence structure, grammar, reading comprehension and more. Other topics you can expect to review include:
- English composition theory
- Essay parts, sources and citations
- Essay revisions
- Reasoning and textual evidence
- Writing styles
How They Work
As you work through these flashcard sets, move past the words and concepts you already know and repeat the ones you're unsure of. You can repeat flashcards as many times as needed until they're committed to memory.
- Open a flashcard set for the English composition topic you're studying.
- Identify the writing concept or definition on the flashcard.
- Click the button to flip the card and view the answer.
- Select whether you got it right or missed it to keep track of your progress.
- Click the Next arrow to proceed through the flashcard set.
- Review the cards you missed or shuffle all cards back in and go through them again.
Brush up on your understanding of punctuation with these flashcards. This set will help you gauge your understanding of grammar and syntax rules, key grammar terms, the various parts of a sentence and how to properly put them together.
Sentence Structure Flashcards
Use this flashcard set to test your working knowledge of the structure of a sentence, including the key elements and how to avoid and correct common errors.
Writing Style Flashcards
Use this flashcard set to review key aspects of writing style, including tone and voice as well as key definitions. Sample sentences will help you put your skills to use.
Essay Writing Flashcards
Use these flashcards to study the process of writing an argumentative or personal essay. You'll review tips and tricks to help you write and edit effectively, as well as common pitfalls to avoid when crafting an argument or thesis statement.
Parts of an Essay Flashcards
If you have trouble writing essays, use these flashcards to test yourself on the building blocks of what makes up an essay. This set covers key terms and ideas as well as the best ways to put the parts of an essay together to form a whole.
Reading & Understanding Essays Flashcards
Even if you are a great essay writer, you may have difficulty critiquing other writers' works. This set of flashcards will help quiz you on the basic processes of peer review and editing to help your understanding of the author's meaning and intent.
Reasoning & Evidence in Essays Flashcards
This flashcard set will help you test your understanding of using reasoning and logic in academic essays. The flashcards cover rhetorical skills and key aspects of writing and evaluating academic writing.
Essay Revision Flashcards
Use this set of flashcards to assess your understanding of formal and informal writing. These flashcards cover everything from creating coherent paragraphs to editing for content and mechanics.
Essay Sources & Citations Flashcards
Use this flashcard set to test your knowledge of properly using research and source materials. Not only does this set cover the main style formats used in most academic publications, but also the many possibilities for plagiarism and how to avoid it.
Composition Theory & Application Flashcards
This set of flashcards will assist you in studying for composition theories and applications. Key terms and ideas are addressed, as well as the attributes of good or bad sentences and paragraphs.
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