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Subject: Writing

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Beginner writers often approach writing in passive voice (the subject experiences the action rather than performing it). To combat this style of informal writing, please provide an example of a passive voice sentence and change it to active voice.

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Passive: The yard work is being completed by Tom. Active: Tom completed the yard work.

Subject: English

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Transitional words allow a writer to integrate their ideas clearly into an essay or paper. What are some appropriate transactional words to use in academic writing? Please provide examples.

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1.) APA 7th edition encourages writer to use transitional words in their work; additionally, these words allow a writer to express their thoughts to the reader. 2.) The subject of English covers a variety of topics; futhermore, these topics include literature reviews, writing improvement, and studies of historical languages.

Subject: Criminal Justice

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Why is criminal justice relevant in our current society?

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Criminal Justice hold relevance in society due to the need for peace and order. Without peace and order, society will see an increase in recklessness and selfish behavior. Structured rules can help society abide in peace; however, those in the criminal justice field must be mindful to avoid abusing authority.

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