When you write a school essay, your teacher is looking for several things including how well you know the subject, the amount of research you did, and how well you wrote the essay. In order to get a top grade in a class that probably has at least a few excellent writers, you need to do everything possible to make a good impression.
When you use slang words in your essay, it isn’t the sign of good writing. It just tells your teacher that you don’t care or that you didn’t work very hard to write a good essay. Your teacher will not be impressed to give you a good score. English is blessed with sophisticated and eloquent words. Surely you can find some to take the place of the slang. You don’t know which words are slang and which aren’t? You’re in trouble.
If you have been using slang for so long that you can’t tell which words are slang and which aren’t, you’re going to need some help. Here’s what you can do:
Intelligent words take your essay to the next level of greatness. They have the opposite effect of slang words. Carefully chosen, appropriate words reflect on you as an individual. They indicate you’re a scholar, or at least trying to become one. Keep a dictionary and thesaurus open beside you when writing. If you are using a computer for composition, open an online thesaurus in another window so you can often refer to it. Not only will it help you in choosing a variety of words in place of slang or humdrum words, it will also help to widen your vocabulary. Read scholarly pieces of writing and see what they sound like compared to comic books. There is a great deal of difference! You want your essay to sound like a refined, well-polished piece of literature rather than a comic book that’s missing the pictures. What you put into writing your essay is what you’ll get out of it in the grade. It’s worth it to take the time and make sure it reads seamlessly.
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