However, Google added that the grammar check feature won’t be widely available right away. It’s launching first for business users, and it’ll have to be enabled by a company’s administrator in order for users to test it out. Google didn’t say when the feature would be released to consumer accounts or which languages the feature would support at launch.

Oedipus number of suggestions as to students.

Quotations need to be framed.

Redundant Expression. The redundant expression is nothing but using the same keywords or words repeatedly whose meanings are same. The redundant expression should be avoided as much as possible. They will affect the efficiency of the paragraph. Consider a sentence “In a moment of hopeful optimism”.

This feature autocompletes entire sentences for you based on the context of your email and was launched to the public as an “experimental feature” in May. Google now says it will be added a proper working feature G Suite users in the “coming weeks.”

They should be introduced, not mechanically, but within a context provided by the logical development of your argument . ( See Example 1 at the end of this guide). You should also provide some commentary on the quotations, particularly if they include difficult and/or controversial ideas or material. This is often likely to be the case as there is really little point in including ‘bland’ quotations in your essay You may want to gloss, explain, qualify or modify the quoted words, or you may have included quotations whose assumptions or arguments you strongly disagree with. The latter case can be useful, if handled well. Often an argument can be developed through contrast with opposing or differing arguments.

For instance, in the commercial world, it is tough to get a good job without proficient written communication abilities, even though the candidate excels his/her field.

Futility trying to change the upper end of social structure of the early women’s rights movement and the abolitionist.



Mahendri, lovingly called as mahi, is one who loves to read and write a lot. She lives in Ernakulam, the home of many well known poets and writers, and does her MSc in Mathematics at Cochin University of Science And Technology. She has won second prize in South Indian Bank Essay Competition 2010-11 under the category of Resident Indian College Students and has secured the second place in the essay writing competition held for schools at the district level in connection with the Wildlife Week Celebration 2006 by the Forests & Wildlife Department, Government of Kerala. She has a degree in B Sc. Mathematics from Mahatma Gandhi University. Get in touch - Google+, Facebook

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