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Writing is a universal skill that is valued by a wide range of disciplines and professions. To get the immediate writing help you need, turn to an online Writing tutor. Chegg Tutors offers on-demand, online help with creative writing, essays, research papers and more. A Chegg Writing tutor is standing by to help you find your voice and effectively get it down on paper. If you are having trouble getting started or finding the right words, contact one of our many writing tutors today.
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“What is Writing?” in our tutors’ words:
Writing is a form of expression. It represents languages, thoughts, feelings, and identity. Writing is important because it follows us throughout our entire lives! We need to write to express ourselves, pass our classes, and get a job. Grammar, sentence structure, and punctuation is what writing is all about!
Answered by Brittany J.
Writing is a crucial form of communication. For some, it's the expression of emotion, of inventiveness, and sophistication. You may write novels, poetry or keep a journal. For others, it's about efficiency, making yourself clear or being persuasive. You may be applying to jobs or colleges and need to sell yourself as the perfect candidate. There are many different ways to write, each with their own strengths and weaknesses. It is a form of art as much as it is a concrete skill to build as you would any other subject. Writing is not something to fear. For most people, writing doesn't come as a natural gift. It can be a difficult subject to practice because it's hard to see your own progress, which is why it's so helpful to have someone look over your writing and make suggestions. Learning basic grammar, vocabulary and sentence structure give you the building blocks. However, the most valuable way to develop as a writer is to copy writing styles that sound good to you, and to have people constantly critique your work. But the simple secret to writing better is practice. The more you write, the better you will write.
Answered by Jeremy S.