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Quick Write 113011 "Conditioned QWing 3”

Hi, I’m back as I said last night, readers! I’ve somewhat finished revising the course paper draft and decided to let it sit for one more night just to make sure that there’d no discrepancy in my writing by reading it thoroughly in a paper-base. It sometimes occurs to me that I find very simple errors that I didn’t notice only by scrolling the display, but I did so by reading it as a printed material. Have you had such an experience? Anyway, I’ve just struggled with my own academic writing for hours, but I believe this spontaneous QWing will refresh me, so I’ll work on Conditioned QWing 3 with the 14 target words from “The Extraordinary Syllabus of David Foster Wallace: What his lesson plans teach us about how to live.”

high-flown, proximate, cripplingly, rococo, baffling, ingenious, whipping off paper (I swear I do not!), snide, regurgitate, reproach, brio, thwarted, bodega, tinker with

A week ago, I was the most PROXIMATE to the temptation that I would just WHIP OFF a research proposal PAPER. As you know, a research paper is not something that a student compiles notes form a lecture and REGURGITATEs what the professor said in writing, but generates something from scratch that could contribute to related field or academia. I’ve never written any research proposals, so the BRIO that I’d always have while writing course papers was completely THWARTED. I’m not all a scholar as our INGENIOUS professor, so I’ll need to TINKER WITH a paper for some more time.

This passage contains 7 words out of 14 target words. Well, beside the quality, 50% coverage is not so bad.

(20 minutes / 275 words)

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