Korean War Essay Sample

March 5th, 2017
The supreme art of war is to end it without casualties and without fighting. But this has not been the case with Korean War that took place in 1950-1953. Read More →

How to Write an Abstract for an Essay

February 8th, 2017
A notion of how to write an abstract for an essay is a valuable skill for every student as an abstract is an integral part of every 5-pages or longer academic paper. In its essence, an abstract is considered to Read More →

How to Write a Killer Expository Essay

February 7th, 2017
For some people the phrase “Mission: impossible” is closely associated with the movie with Tom Cruise and film series of all time. But for some people this phrase is associated with the Read More →

Writing Efficiency 2.0: Getting the Very Most of It

September 16th, 2016
It is a common situation, to have a certain topic, enough information and a clear picture, it is high time to write, but you cannot start. Everything is ready except Read More →

How to Write Your Essay in a Perfect Grammar Style

October 9th, 2015
Even though you may think that grammar was originally created to make you go crazy and confused in your college life, it’s an important system that helps us to communicate Read More →
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The Political Aspect of Italian Immigration

October 9th, 2015
Much has been told and written about the discrimination that Italian immigrants were faced with in the United States of America. However, these facts should be measured against what kind of Read More →

Essay on Pre-Christian Ireland: Early Celts

October 9th, 2015
During the early medieval period, the earliest inhabitants of the country were mostly hunter-gatherers. Being engaged with farming, they were usually participating in seasonal and cattle movements that were an integral Read More →

Sample Essay on the Old New Lingua Franca

September 9th, 2015
It’s hardly a secret that English language is known as lingua franca in the area of higher education. What was earlier just a trivial process in the sciences now is crucial Read More →

Essay on Pre-Christian Ireland: the Flood, the Newgrange and the Visit of Caesar

September 3rd, 2015
Dating back to the earliest remains of the human habitations in Ireland, it’s always important to mention that pre-Christian country is associated with early tribes, starting from the very Stone Age Read More →

Pre-Christian Ireland Sample Essay: the First Settlers

August 14th, 2015
Even though the last corner of Europe has been already settled by people, Ireland is especially rich in its prehistoric remains. The glory of bronze and gold from the more recent Read More →