Topic: How to develop essay writing skills
July 17, 2019 / By Burgundy Question:
I have to write an essay about skill that everyone could benefit from mastering. Whey would people benefit from have this skill? What are the consequences of not having this skill. I don't know how to answer this question, because I don't know about different people skill. Could you please give me an idea how to write it?
Best Answers: Mastering skills?
Allissa | 1 day ago
I think a skill everyone could benefit from universally would be communication. Just think of all the pros and cons in fully mastering this. This is a skill used everyday, anywhere you go. This is something that we learn and develop as children and use until the day we die. Think of the different types of communication as well; verbal, and non-verbal. I think you could really get a lot out of using communication as your mastered skill for your essay. There is a lot to talk about...no pun intended!
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