I Hate Writing Papers, But I Want an "A"
I Hate Writing Papers, but I Want an 'A' will address the 10 most common problems in academic writing and explain them in a language that anyone from high school to the post-graduate level will understand. In addition, you'll find many tables of problematic words and phrases for quick reference. You don't have to love English to create fantastic papers, and I Hate Writing Papers, but I Want an 'A' will show you how!
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