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How to Write a Counterclaim [Explained Simply!]
Counterclaims are an essential part of a top-notch argumentative essay. After all, they show that you’ve thoroughly researched and considered both sides of the issue before deciding on your particular stance. There’s just one problem: they can be a little tricky to write without weakening your main argument, as you may already be aware! That’s…
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Can You Use First Person in an Argumentative Essay?
As a student, you’ve probably been told to avoid using first person in essays many times throughout the years. But an argumentative essay requires you to research a topic, choose a standpoint, and then support your point of view. So, if the whole point is to argue your position on an issue, can you use…
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Does Canvas Track Tabs?
Have you ever been tempted to open up a new tab during a test on Canvas? Don’t worry – many people have! With the world wide web at your fingertips – and no one looking over your shoulder – it can certainly be hard to resist navigating away from an especially tough or boring quiz.…
Can You Graduate with a Master’s Degree with Honors?
If you’ve ever attended a college graduation ceremony, you’ve likely noticed that some students will receive additional titles with their degrees. These titles are known as Latin honors and are cum laude, which translates to “with honors,” magna cum laude, which translates to “with high honors,” and summa cum laude, which translates to “with highest…
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