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  • 1. Name : Shinta Ari Herdiana SRN : 1001120553 Subject : Writing IV 1. Paraphrase The main purpose of writing is the students should become better at writing (Author: Harmer) a. Innotes As Harmer (2007:112) points out, the main purpose of writing is the students should become better at writing. Harmer (2007:112) claims that the main purpose of writing is the students should become better at writing. Harmer (2007:112) argues that the main purpose of writing is the students should become better at writing. b. Footnotes The main purpose of writing is the students should become better at writing, whatever kind of writing that might be.1 1 Jeremy Harmer, How to Teach English, England: Pearson Education Limited, 2007, p.112
  • 2. TANDA KUTIP HANYA UNTUK JURNAL DI DFTAR PUSTAKA 2. Direct quotation (innotes) using single quotation marks a. Single Quotation Marks The differences between spoken and written discourse are summed up succinctly by Ur (1996:159): ‘refer to vocabulary, style, grammar, content, the activity and the receivers’. b. Footnote The differences between spoken and written discourse are may refer to vocabulary, style, grammar, content, the activity and the receivers.2 2 Penny Ur, A Course in Language teaching: practice and theory, Australia: The Press Syndicate of the University of Cambridge, 2007, p.112
  • 3. 3. Synthesize Writing gives the students more thinking than they get when they attempt spontaneous conversation (Harmer, 2007:112) and written discourse are may refer to vocabulary, style, grammar, content, the activity and the receivers (Ur, 1996:159) and which exist to fulfill different functions, will exhibit different characteristics (Nunan, 1991). In this point the students should developing their skills as writers.
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