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Writing
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Question:

How do I solve writer's block?

Jillian K.
Answer:

The most important thing to remember is that writer's block does not exist. It is all mental, so you can easily change this mental state to eliminate writer's block. A few ways to do this is by thinking of as many random ideas/things as possible and making something out of them. Music can also be a great source for ideas, as well as other works like books. There are so many ways to fix writer's block that it is no longer a legitimate issue.

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Question:

How do I focus on my homework?

Jillian K.
Answer:

Firstly, you need to remove all distractions. Turn your phone off, set yourself in a room alone with a clean space to work. Allow yourself to take breaks every 45 minutes, this way you retain the most from your homework. Sometimes, music without lyrics can also help to study.

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Question:

What is a fallacy?

Jillian K.
Answer:

A fallacy is a flawed type of argument used in rhetoric. It conflicts with the rapport and credibility of the speaker because it shows that their argument may not be correct. This causes the audience to cast doubt upon the speaker, making it flawed.

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