What We Need to Notice While Writing English Texts
It is important that educators apply functional grammar to evaluate English text written by learners. In order to further explore the criteria, the present study focuses on discussing the four features of writing English text: thematic organization, textual cohesion, nominalizations and verbs in the passive form.
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