ENC 101 Module 1 Assignment 2 Writing Description A colleague or classmate is planning to spend a few days of vacation in your hometown


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ENC 101 Module 1 Assignment 2 Writing Description

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A colleague or classmate is planning to spend a few days of vacation in your hometown. Compose an essay of about 300 words describing the places of interest your friend might visit. Some of these sites may not be listed in any guidebook, but because of your intimate knowledge of the area, you can direct a visitor to those sites.

This activity requires "knowledge (both) by participation and observation," but a bibliography is not required.

Review thesis development in the online writing sites.

Before submitting your work, please proofread it for correct spelling, grammar, complete sentences and paragraphs, and clarity of expression.

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