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We have developed Online Writing Courses and Writing Tutorials with an approach of high quality yet most affordable English instruction for all budgets. And now after all the hard work we exerted on this endeavor, we are pleased to offer you two choices: Writing Tutorials and Writing Courses.

(1) Writing Tutorials for 25 USD. We guarantee your progress, otherwise will return your money! These tutorials are absolute must if your English writing skills suffer from grammatical misusage and weak sentence construction despite you speak and read English well. The writing tutorials are offered at four different levels, and for details, please see Writing Tutorials.

(2) Writing Courses. These online writing courses are written for high school and college students, professionals and adults for three different levels. Each course length is six weeks, and after you enroll you will receive a syllabus for the course including all writing activities you will be engaged in the course. You will receive your lessons through email. Your tutor will assess your progress and give you feedback during the course and at the end. After the completion of your course, you may continue on to the next level if you want. Below are the descriptions of Online Writing Courses.

Course Level 1:
English Grammar. If you make grammatical errors in your writing, then take this course. In this course you will:

1. Learn English grammar: Parts of Speech, English tenses, complete sentence and complex sentence; and how to incorporate your knowledge of English grammar into your writing.

2. Learn how to edit your writing.

3. Engage in writing activities you enjoy that will help you write well.

4. Revise your writing.

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Course Level 2:
Basic Writing. You may have a good knowledge of English grammar but still don't write well. Then, taking this course will help you improve your basic writing skills. In this course you will learn how to:

Write a good paragraph. Write paragraphs pertaining to various topics for academic purposes if you are a student. If you are a professional or an office worker, you, with your tutor, will engage in simulations that are real-life situations you experience at your work. In simulations, you will:

Write one-paragraph-long notes to your supervisor in that you will report problem situations with clients, work conditions, or your resentment about an unfair and disrespectful treatment you were subjected to at work.

Write one-paragraph-long notes to your coworkers, explaining tasks associated with a project you and your coworker collaborate in together or a problem you are having with a coworker.

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Course Level 3: Business Correspondence
. If your grammar is good and you have no such problems--as specified above in Level 1 and 2--but need to learn how to write business correspondence, such as email messages and business letters, then take this course. In this course you will:

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Course Level 4: Writing Basic Essays
. This course teaches how to write a basic essay of three/four-paragraph length. Take this course if you need to pass a standardized test, such as SAT-English or TOEFL, or US State Teacher Certification Basic Writing. If you are a student, in high school or in college, this course will endow you with basic essay writing skills. In this course you will:

  1. Learn how to find best titles for your essays.

  2. Write to-the-point main topic statements.

  3. Add on introduction paragraphs with strong supporting sentences to discuss the main topic.

  4. Develop the supporting ideas in paragraphs following the main topic.

  5. Divide an essay into paragraphs and begin each paragraph with a topic statement.

  6. Explain, discuss, illustrate, compare and contrast, and defend your argument.

  7. End paragraphs with conclusion sentences. The conclusion sentence signals the ending of the supporting argument for the paragraph.

  8. Write transitional sentences to end paragraphs. You will learn when to write a conclusion or transitional sentence, to end a paragraph

  9. End the essay with a conclusion paragraph, summing up or reinforcing the main topic stated in the introduction paragraph.

  10. Demonstrate a good use of language tools for grammar, word choice and sentence construction. Your essays will be free of incorrect grammar, wrong-word choice, and awkward sentences. Your essays will demonstrate clarity and be easy-to-read.





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