Structure an Academic Writing Paper
How to Write and Structure an Academic Paper
Instapaper: Academic Writing Capabilities
Nick Fox, University of Sheffield.
In one writers opinion, there are at least 2 kinds of abbreviations, one is the so-called terminologies(or jargons?) which are too verbose for us to write all the alphabet in the words every time. Though some of them have already been well-known in daily life(e.g., MP3, PDF), for others we are told to use the full name of the phrase and add the abbreviation in a parenthesis as its first occurrence and then use them in the following paragraphs. The other group is about those abbreviations that are more commonly used in informal situations, such “a.k.a”, “e.g.”. Though several of them have already been used in a number of papers, like “e.g.”, “et al”, “etc”, “i.e.”, in most cases writers should hesitate to use them in academic writing papers or other academic articles.
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