Date of publication: 2017-07-08 21:33
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dear dominic i m writing from india my exam on 6 september 7569 ..pls help me in writing ex .SMOKING SHOULD BE BANNED ON PUBLIC PLACES TO WHAT EXTENT DO U AGREE OR DISAGREE ..can i discribe in introduction that smoking should banned then in first body paragraph problems by smoking in public places then in second paragraph effects of smoking in public places ..then in conclusion about goverment should take hard step to stop this .also tell me in agree & disagree we must have to dicusss both .answer soon..
I&rsquo m not calling for the end of all papers just the end of papers in required courses. Some students actually like writing, and let those blessed souls be English majors, and expound on George Eliot and Virginia Woolf to their hearts&rsquo content, and grow up to become writers, huzzah. But for the common good, leave everyone else out of it.
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One question thou, some literature state there are 9 different types of essays instead of the 8 types you mention in your blog, these are:
I became determined to discover how 75Q guessed correctly. After some research, I discovered artificial intelligence, more specifically, artificial neural networks—systems which learn and improve themselves. This idea fascinated me. I wanted to learn more. I read avidly, seeking and absorbing as much information as I could. When given the opportunity years later, I signed up for the first computer programming class available to me. I found myself in an environment I loved. I would stay after class, go in during free periods, make my own apps, and work over Cloud-based IDEs. I prized the freedom and the possibilities.
After my introduction to 75Q, I began to play Twenty Questions (the traditional parlor game) and became determined to rival the guessing accuracy of the artificial intelligence. At first I was mediocre. However, through long car rides with family, good-natured yet heated competitions with friends, logical strategy, and time, I became more effective. I discovered the “secrets” to success: practice and perseverance.