Liking the blog layout – has a fresh inviting look to it.
I learnt to write from reading. Simple as that really. Beyond the mechanics of actually learning to physically write, reading formed the foundation for me to actually write well (or so I think).
Really.i”m agreeing you…read read read and write write write..How is your experience with wordpress?
Learn to form letters into words? At the age of two. Learn to form thoughts into words? Ever since then.
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I learned to read and write simultaneously…self taught with a dictionary by my side for the most part…read a word look up that word, look up the words I didn’t understand in the definition…that was my process
good..process….How is your writing experience with wordpress?
I have learned a lot on wordpress from my fellow bloggers…I am learning writing is a hit an miss thing without an established name…I am realizing that wordpress is in some ways a bit of a popularity contest, especially with the freshly pressed…the awards on wordpress are not awards but a means to link your blog to others in an attempt to generate more traffic…in general though the experience has been good, but like anything there are aspects I don’t like
Well I learned how to write in the Second grade. I was told to write a story about anything I liked or wanted to do in the future. Thats when I wrote about the time I wanted to runaway and go to Paris and kiss the fountain by the waterfall. I did this pretend future story and the teacher liked it. Ever since then, I’ve been writing and writing.
great learning…experience…How is your writing with wordpress?
It is going good. I will be done with my Midterms this week. So I will be able to write more.
That is great.Crissyabella.When you start blogging?
I started last month. But I wasn’t sure how this work. So now I do, I will be more on this.
Good..keep try to learn more..I will help you too..if any doubts on WordPress or online marketing tips feel free to contact
oh Thank you kindly (:
I will keep that in mind.
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