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Since I am a postgraduate student, I usually do not have exams.
I only have two weeks left for my first university assignment,
but I have not seriously started it yet.
Let me explain what it is like. haha

The subject is called "research perspective."
I have to critique a research article.
The title is "Can I change the way I speak?
- An exploration into pronunciation and fluency after three years of tertiary EAL study."
It sounds interesting, but I have to read it with different viewpoints
since it is a mixed method, a quantitative research and qualitative research.

It's worth 40%.
I have to write 1500-1800 words and it sounds easy.
But actually it's not, because I have to critically analyse a research paper,
and also need to answer the following questions:

1. What is the problem that is addressed in the research?
2. What approach is taken to addressing this problem?
3. What conclusions does the author draw from the research?
4. What evidence does the author present in support of the conclusions?
Why do you find the evidence convincing or unconvincing?
5. What assumptions can you identify within the approach, conclusions or evidence
presented in the article?

While writing this entry, I am getting upset.
So I should be starting now...

Here are some new phrase(s) that I have come across in daily life.
1. (on TV)
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2. (in a newspaper)
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3. (in a newspaper)
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