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- How to stay healthy for studying
- How to use the Internet to study
- Memory Tips For Studying
- Note Taking and Revision Tips
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- Best Places To Study For An Exam
- Getting the Most Out of Your Studying Time
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1. Write an essay defining a food--but include a thesis statement that paints a very favorable portrait of a much-maligned food (for example, Spam or brussels sprouts) or a very negative picture of a popular food (for example, chocolate or ice cream).
2. Write an essay in which you define burden at a personal level, by giving examples of the kinds of things you consider burdens. You might want to develop your definition essay with comparison and contrast, exploring the differences between a burden and a responsibility.
3. Write an essay in which you define a family role, for example, the role of a stepmother. Make sure to include the duties of this person.