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I studied about metaphors, language of qualification, and evaluation of language
such as "persuader" words, "emotive" language, "exaggerated" language,
generalisations, modifiers, analogies.

They were really difficult for me.
If I work on the sentences that include them, I'm barely able to recognise them.
It is because I know I am looking for them at the moment.
But I am not able to use them properly or understand them clearly
when doing different and more complicated things such as reading academic articles.

For the following assignments and exams,
I have to use different kinds of them in different situations.
Thus, I study really hard to learn them.

I really want to be able to acquire them so I can write more clearly.
For example, by using "persuader" words and "emotive" language,
I will be able to persuade readers to accept my opinion
or attempt to influence readers by appealing to their feelings.
I also want to use implicit statements to make readers read between lines,
which results in underlying meaning.

I feel really attracted to the language (and academic) world

Anyway, I will review structures and languages of reflective writing from now.

Here are some new phrase(s) that I have come across in daily life.
1. crick (on TV)
= twist or strain (one's neck or back), causing painful stiffness
2. prank (on TV)
= a practical joke or mischievous
3. makeover (on TV)
= the process of improving the appearance of a person or a place


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