A living, breathing, person must produce the words on the page, and in certain contexts, you have to acknowledge that fact in the text itself.
You have said that you do not mind if I point the mistakes out.
This is called 'paying lip service'. Secondly, you want that someone should point only the concrete mistakes out in your English or quizzes.
Could you explain what is concrete? Is writing 'Vandana' as 'Vandna' your definition of concrete? In a response in another thread, I had written 'Vandana' as 'Vandna' by mistake, and you, Sun Sir, pointed the mistake out to me. I did not make any lame excuse, and accepted my mistake.
Did you agree to that? Sun, you did not agree to it. Did you pay any heed to it? You stuck to your own viewpoint like always. So, stop saying that you would not mind if someone points the concrete mistakes out in your response. What can be more concrete than the mistakes I just mentioned?
Thirdly, refer to your words- "You always wait for a thread to prolong the discussion and arguments by finding unnecessary meaningless faults. Sun, if someone points the mistake out in the begining of the thread than the message of the author is always lost in the maze.
I have learnt that from Vandana. Moreover, then you would accuse the person to be just waiting for the mistake to happen and pounce on the mistake. I know that the previous sentence is not perfect, but these are the words used by you for me.
There is an adage: It fits perfectly to the T on you. You are never going to accept that you have made a mistake. Your words that you would not mind are not convincing.
You just want to say the last words. So, I am unsubscribing from this thread to give the Sun Sir the opportunity. You can have your say. I am through with this thread for the time being! Of course, I reserve my rights to respond if I find anything offensive from Mr.
When you talk, you are only repeating what you already know. But if you listen, you may learn something new!Unfortunately, it's practically impossible to avoid referencing yourself in some way when we're writing about our own self.
The usual workaround is to emphasise the thing, experience or event first. For example, instead of saying "I suppose earning a lot of money doesn't exactly buy happiness," we. Apr 24, · Firstly, write al the good things about ypu on paper, then wtite all the bad things about you (in a good way) then, make sentences.
for example, Myself Rajani Tyagi, live in Ghaziabad in the New Panchwati colony. You need to talk about what you have done on the world using the voice of how you impact others, the world, and how they impact you, and when you have to, use "I", but if you find yourself using it frequently, realize you are boring the self obsessed person reading it for being yourself self obsessed.
How to Write an Essay Without Using I Although it's all about you, it really isn’t if you want to get your point across with good effect. Keeping clear of using the first-person point of view in an important composition, such as an essay, cover letter or thesis can feel like a daunting endeavor.
How to Write an Essay Without Using I Although it's all about you, it really isn’t if you want to get your point across with good effect.
Keeping clear of using the first-person point of view in an important composition, such as an essay, cover letter or thesis can feel like a daunting endeavor.
Jul 05, · Write a paragraph about yourself without using the word 'I' "My' and "Me" Dear Members, The word 'I' is an egotistic word that many won't like it.