Concision - Answer Key
The following revisions show one way to practice concision. In reality, many options exist. The key is to cut and clarify while maintaining meaning.
- Tough uses that quote to transition from Vanessa’s story to the article’s main topic.
- Students who carry (or “Students carrying”) such negative thoughts often drop out instead of seeking help.
- Feeling alone makes students vulnerable and less likely to try as hard.
- Corn is one of the most common ingredients in the Mexican diet.
- For example, in high school I heard that Christopher Columbus did not discover the United States.
- Knowing history from the oppressors’ and the oppressed’s perspectives, I understand how the U.S. has become the racially and economically unequal country that it is today.
- I went to school and learned to read and write in English, yet I feel I am not entirely entitled to be an American.
- Moreover, a parallel hybrid car uses an internal combustion and electrical engine.
- When students experience them, these thoughts negatively impact their lives.
- The program is designed to help those students reach a higher level of education and provide extra help without revealing the real reason, which positively impacts students’ lives.
- “Pre-med” students who ace all their classes think they are better and far smarter than other students.
- It seems like technology has taken over. Increased innovative technology has led to reading on e-readers and tablets instead of physical books. Although reading physical books is helpful, using e-readers and tablets is more effective.
- Later, I learned Santiago and her siblings were racially targeted despite the white male she imagines within her who fights for justice and her place in American society.