Working Out Essay Summary

When  I have my introduction I have my thesis I have my main arguments from my body and I have technically one sentence but really like a nice Plitt it into two with a semicolon so technically one sentence but there you go very short very sweet to the point let’s look at another example here again to what extent do you agree or disagree to another opinion I fully believe that politicians need to set aside their own interest and remember that these events are meant to showcase a nation for the world body one demonstrate power through the people body to negative consequences corruption etc in conclusion so before I had to conclude now having conclusion same thing it is true the sports are a powerful tool to convey a nation’s strength and unity notice.

I don’t say I believe that I make it a firm statement it is true that sports are powerful tool unfortunately sports themselves and the athletes who participate in them have become tools for the world’s leaders who ought to focus on their people rather than themselves and there’s my both my thesis that they should do something else and that people have become tools and the athletes the sports and the athletes have become tools and that politicians need to do something else over the world leaders need to think about them instead of themselves about the athletes instead of themselves about the nation instead of themselves okay let’s go to the last one here I had a two-part question what can they do it’s an open question and what what can we without excuse me what communistic a letís do and what can they do to fund these so it’s a two-part open-ended question there’s no opinion here and as soon as you don’t have an opinion make sure that in the conclusion you don’t say I think that they didn’t ask you for an opinion don’t give them one not in the introduction not in the conclusion as this essay will demonstrate.

So I’m outlining what this essay will do city officials have several options when it comes to encouraging locals to commute by bus train or other means including taxing drivers which would also finance infrastructure as well as changing public attitudes body 1 collecting fees taxing drivers body to educating the public ok so here I wrote two conclusions in the first one I have three sentences simple sentences in the second one I have the same conclusion but two sentences in summary a government has the power to change the city’s traffic situation by altering the public’s views okay so they can do something if the cost of driving increases sharply people will likely choose to save time and money by taking the bus 1 if they also believe that a train is more enjoyable they might want to take advantage of this opportunity so taxing them and educating them or make showing them a different attitude ok I put it all together in the second one in summary.

Add Emphasis To Your Paper

If you read the first let’s say half page of a paper and then you have to you put the paper aside because you have to do something else we receive phone call how likely that you will come back to that work so the important thing is to kind of sell your stuff in a good way and also convince the reader that what you’re doing is important and this typically happens in the abstract so the abstract is kind of live short which is sometimes called summary in German which I don’t think it’s the best translation for that so I typically stick with the work abstract which typically consists of four to five sentences and most a lot of papers are these good ones follow kind of a certain structure and the structures kind of answer these four sentences sometimes these are five sentences sometimes that says a person I want to put more emphasis on the what or I want to put more emphasis on the why or I may not want to explain the problem because it’s obvious. Get to know how to do clear explanations on Edusson.

I directly start with why are typically what the problem and why is typically done also in one sentence and then I may spend a sentence more on a spec number three but these are four things that your abstract should cover the first thing state the problem so what is the problem that you’re investigating and why is this a problem this can be very simple like mobile robots driving through the environment need to know where obstacles are in order to drive without collisions it’s a pretty clear statement and then you say then you continue with next one why is it’s interesting because collision free navigation is the key technology to build autonomous systems and then you motivate it if you have a paper which addresses the navigation problem that this is something that is worth investigating or if you’re going to present a new sensor you say doing hype high accurate measurements of whatever buildings is important in for several disciplines for construction site for evaluating how far a construction site off for example if you want to address that problem and then you say in this paper we present and you work the general that allows us to develop a more accurate sensor because this allows us to measure whatever as accurate as before but requiring only a tenth of the time to so you need to motivate your work.

So you say say the problem say why this interesting so why should I continue to read that so what is the game that I had the reader will get and then you say what you’re doing so you say what is my solution to that this paper proposes a menial algorithm to solve this in that problem or this paper presents a new sensor design which just cost a tenth of the price that a previous sensor system for example would cost and then finally say what follows from that this technology enables us to whatever build more accurate Maps that we could do that in the past or get more accurate reconstructions of buildings then it was possible before you may say this allows whatever new building technology to exploit this technique and to whatever this technology is useful for suite the important thing is does your abstract and from these four questions and you typically should do that in that order as I said you may combine 1 and 2 into one sentence and then spend two sentences on a spec number three or number four that’s all fine but these four key things should actually be covered so it’s kind of the key element having a good starting well into your paper in how to write a paper.

Working on a Complete Sentences

What makes a complete sentence there with a subject and a verb it’s got an idea it’s going to be a narrative you can give lots of details and everything it’s great ok did I get anything for C C is this paragraph is about the increasing divorce rate now when it comes to fixing these types of sentences you just really have to remove the the part that announces the the topic right so I’m did we get anything from that no okay I’ll just give an answer here I would say something like the increasing divorce rate as many effects on society something like that there the increasing divorce rate has many effects on society keep it simple but again now you’ve got you still have a complete sentence you’ve got an idea in there and it’s a little bit more focused too if you just say this paragraph is about the increasing divorce rate.

We don’t know if you’re talking about the causes of it the effects of it or anything like that so now it’s it’s much clearer and more focused all right what about II three reasons to study a language abroad coming in from Mohammed I think yeah good yeah so maybe he took my advice from from earlier and kept it simple and again nailed it there he said there are three reasons why you should study a language abroad I would just change that one that G to an S there right three reasons I hear a sentence coming in let me see so the one from from Gerald may be coming in as says teen pregnancy may be prevented by improved education where’s which ones that hmm this question it’s just always this a good one oh I see okay so is this a good topic sentence teen pregnancy may be prevented by improved education yes I think that’s a great topic sentence and lots and lots to write about in the paragraph so yeah – Gerald there.

I would say definitely that is a good topic sentence all right what about G do we get anything for G technology is changing so fast again it’s too broad what could you say about technology changing so fast how about I’ll just copy this put it down here whoops technology is changing so fast that what could you say the older generation has trouble keeping up with advancements yeah sorry to the any any older people watching but technology is changing so fast that the older generation has trouble keeping up with advancements now you’ve just got something a little bit more specific H anything come in for H no um okay my daughter was born in the summer of 2010 I would again say something meaningful about it say to give some kind of idea about it so how about my daughter’s my daughter’s birth was the best day of my life we’ll keep it simple okay my daughter’s birth was the best day of my life and then I coming in from Justin oh yeah sorry he said that it was announcing the topic I would like to discuss poverty how poverty affects education again keep this one simple and say there are many ways how poverty affects education just like that okay and now you’ve got some strong topic sentences alright so that basically wraps it up.

Read Some Guest Comments To Make A Choice

Hi Pham,
Birchwood RV Park served as a home for me and my trailer for the better part of 4 months of 2009. Had a great site, cool neighbors, and the services(water, sewer and electricity) offered never failed during the time I was there. Peaceful setting and tucked away in just enough country. Priced fairly for the accommodations. I highly recommend the Park.

Birchwood RV park in Durham, NC provides special services to patients of Duke and UNC Medical Centers and to their families. They strive to accommodate these people, and hospital patients have priority for available sites. I am presently a cancer patient at Duke and my wife and I have been at the park for more than two months. The convenience and quiet surroundings help make our stay much more pleasant. Also the economical monthly rate is very helpful. Thank you Birchwood RV park for being there. G. L., Asheville, NC.

Highways magazine did an article on the park in 2002. This is some of what it said. Usually I reserve space in our magazine for Good Sam Parks….., but I will make an exception in this case. Birchwood certainly deserves it for the way they go out of their way to accommodate their visitors. Sincerely, R. E., Associate Publisher. Highway Magazine (the official publication of the good Sam Club)

A friend recommended Birchwood to us. And we’re glad he did. My daughter has been in treatment for over 6 weeks at Duke . We needed a safe, quiet, convenient place to stay. Birchwood has provided that an much more. L.E. 11-28-06

The people are very friendly and the natural setting is just what I needed. The manager “Pham” is most helpful . Thank you Birchwood! J.T. 11-28-06

These Local Attractions are Nearby:


Places to Eat, Go and Do: Courtesy of

Cultural Sites:

Bennett Place State Historic Site
North Carolina Central University
Hayti Heritage Center
Duke University
Durham: City of Medicine
Sarah P. Duke Gardens
Durham Arts Council Building
West Point on the Eno
Historic Stagville
N.C. African American Culture Tour
Carolina Theatre
Bull Durham Blues Festival
Duke University Institute of the Arts
NC International Jazz Festival
Durham Symphony
Duke University Calendar
Full Frame Documentary Film Festival
Choral Society of Durham
American Dance Festival
American Tobacco Trails
Pony Baseball Raleigh Link
Pony Baseball Home Site

Medical Sites:

Durham: City of Medicine
Durham: City of Medicine
Duke Center for Living
Durham Regional Hospital
North Carolina Eye & Ear Hospital
VA Medical Center
Watts School of Nursing

School Sites:

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Duke University
Duke University Alumni Association
Durham Academy
Durham Public Schools
Durham Technical Community College
North Carolina Central University
NC School of Science and Math
NC Wesleyan College’s
The Odyssey School
Watts School of Nursing

News Outlets:

Duke News
Fifty Plus
The Independent
WDNC – 620 AM
WRTP Christian Radio Station
WTVD Channel 11

Other Things to Do:

Shopping in the Area from
Research Triangle Park
Entertainment & Sports Arena – Raleigh (Less than 20 minutes by I-40)
Carolina Barn Stormers – See the Triangle from the Air!
South Point Mall – Come see our newest mall
RBC Center – Come see Hurricanes Hockey and NC State Sports
The Duke Blue Devil – An Iron Distance Triathlon
Duke Triathlon to Benefit Cancer Care

Other Interests:

Historic Preservation Society of Durham

Everything You Need To Know About Amenities In Birchwood RV Park

These Amenities are in the Park:

  • There is a Modem\Fax machine in the Office.
  • There are Telephone Hook Ups/ Cable and Wi-Fi available on most sites.
  • Public Phones are available.
  • Most spots are shaded.
  • There is an on-site laundry
  • Play area for Children
  • Vending
  • On site Propane refill station.
  • Close to many of Duke Forest Hiking trails.
  • Access to Golf courses.
  • RV Parts & Repair.
  • Dry/Parking and Storage.

These Amenities are close by.

  • We are minutes from the South Square (Target, Sam’s, K-Mart and others) and
  • New Hope Commons (Wal-Mart, Home Depot and others)
  • Durham Bulls Baseball Stadium is nearby.
  • Research Triangle Park (RTP) is nearby.

Area Driving Directions to Durham, NC Birchwood RV Park:

Birchwood RV Park, Durham North Carolina near Duke Univ, RTP and Chapel Hill 919.493.1557
From I-85 North: Take US 15-501 South to
Exit 107 to 751 West – .2 mile then left
on Erwin Road – 1.7 miles turn right
onto Mt. Sinai Road – .7 miles turn left
onto Wilkins Drive.

From I-40: Take Exit 266 (NC 86 N)
Go 500 ft to Whitfield Road turn right then left
on Erwin Road turn left at light
onto Mt Sinai Road – .7 miles turn left
onto Wilkins Drive.

Birchwood RV Park, Durham North Carolina near Duke Univ, RTP and Chapel Hill 919.493.1557

From Duke Hospital: Erwin Rd. take a right on Hwy 751
(Cameron Blvd.), under Bypass 15-501, go through light,
take next left on to Erwin Rd. (old), take 2nd light,
right on to Mt. Sinai Rd., through 4 way stop sign,
take 1st paved road, left onto Wilkins Dr.

Birchwood RV Park, Durham North Carolina near Duke Univ, RTP and Chapel Hill 919.493.1557

From UNC Hospital: Take US 15-501 North, turn left on
to (old) Erwin Rd., (A McDonald’s & Hotel will be on
the right) take next left onto Mt. Sinai Rd. (Forest
View Elementary School), through 4 way stop sign, take
1st paved road, left onto Wilkins Dr.

Don’t Miss the RV Park Local News

At RV park, home and care go side by side News & Observer, The (Raleigh, NC) Durham News A1
Elizabeth Shestak Correspondent

Finding out he had cancer was only the start of Neil Gragg’s problems.
The doctor in Wilmington didn’t know what he could do for Gragg’s non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. He mainly wanted to make the 52-year-old as comfortable as possible, Gragg said.

Gragg had to come all the way to Durham to find someone willing to treat his stage 4 cancer. However, getting to his chemotherapy at Duke University Hospital, after driving from Wilmington every three weeks, was not something he could fit easily into his schedule — or his checkbook, for that matter.
Gragg found a solution to at least some of his worries in a secluded recreational vehicle park not 10 minutes from the hospital. Birchwood RV Park, located on the Orange and Durham County line on Wilkins Drive, caters especially to Duke and UNC-Chapel Hill hospital patients and their families, offering reduced rates for longer stays. Hospital patients also have priority for available sites, though they are unable to take reservations in advance since many don’t know how long their stay will be.

Now Gragg and his wife make the 2.5-hour drive from the shore every few weeks and are able to stay in what is literally a home away from home. They keep their RV in the park all month and drive up in a separate car for his treatments. It is the most cost-effective arrangement they can make, he said, since every time he comes they stay two days since he becomes so ill from the treatment.
“It’s cheaper by far to just pay them by the month,” he said. They can even bring their pups Bo and Annie along — something many hotels won’t allow.

Birchwood has been around for more than 40 years, said Jay Murray, the park’s owner, but many folks don’t know about it aside from its listing in Trailer Life magazine. Nestled on 40 acres surrounded by Duke Forest, there are over 100 sites, some of which are occupied by mobile homes. Many sites have water, electricity and sewage hookups, but some are available for “dry parking”. Rentals can be arranged, and there is free wireless Internet and a laundry facility onsite.
But most people will tell you that it’s not the amenities that make Birchwood special; it’s Thanh Pham, the park’s manager, who brings heart to the operation.

Pham lives on the grounds in his own mobile home with his wife and three children. He came from Vietnam as a boat person, going three weeks without food or water, he said. He moved from a less safe area of Durham to Birchwood after his first daughter was born 16 years ago and it wasn’t long before his helpful nature led to a position as park manager. Pham knows firsthand what it’s like to face death and experience pain – he lost his parents and siblings after the war ended in Vietnam and can relate to the families in Birchwood who lose a loved one. He is a survivalist, Murray said, and people trust him.
This is evident when he knocks on the trailer’s doors, immediately asking whoever answers how they are doing with his Vietnamese accent, which now hints of a Southern twang. Everyone was pleased to see him, and many had stories of Pham’s helpfulness.

Gragg attributes his improved outlook on life to Pham, who unknowingly gave Gragg the advice he needed. Gragg mentioned he was depressed about his diagnosis. He was just beginning eight months of chemo and felt grim.
“Hey, nobody knows how long we’ve got, only the person in charge of this knows how long we’ve got,” Pham told him. “We don’t have a clue.”

Gragg regained his spirits, and perspective, after hearing Pham talk about what he endured in Vietnam.
“This campground here is really a God’s blessing,” said Charles Holloway, who is undergoing treatment for prostate cancer at Duke. He and his wife, Robbie, have been coming to Birchwood twice a year since 2000 for checkups, but are now staying for nearly three months while Charles goes through extended treatment. The couple love the self-sufficiency that comes with their massive Holiday RV (they even have a washer and dryer on board), but Birchwood offers more than just a place to dump their sewage.

“I’ve never felt like I wasn’t safe in this place,” Charles said, which he appreciates when his wife has to come home alone if he needs to spend the night at the hospital.
Though the park caters to hospital patients, patrons of Birchwood hail from many backgrounds and various parts of the world. Just last weekend there was an Australian man and his wife who had a number of gigs in the Triangle doing their workshops on the didgeridoo — an Aboriginal instrument believed to have medicinal powers.

Other guests included a Canadian traveling nurse who is stationed at Durham Regional Hospital for at least three months, and a couple from Houston who are staying 18 months while the husband works on a local project involving Progress Energy.

Some stay years, as was the case with George and Pat Keith, who started their RVing days in Seattle and eventually wound up here. The couple lived in Birchwood for a number of years and liked Durham so much they gave up the traveling life for a permanent home on the north side of town.

For Murray, however, it’s the patients who really make the park something worth working for. His uncle opened the park after he spent time as a traveling engineer in the ’50s and ’60s. He had a hard time finding a safe, affordable place to stay while on the road, and decided to open just such a facility. Soon afterward, he noticed that many folks at Duke Hospital experienced the same dilemma he had.
“They all want one thing,” Murray said. “They just want a good, safe place to live.”

If you don’t have an RV or are interested in a mobile home, Pham or Murray can help arrange a rental.

They can accommodate up to 300 people at any given time.

Robbie, left, and Charles Holloway, right, visit neighbor Nancy Word, center, in Birchwood RV Park. The Holloways are from Florida and spend time here when Charles gets checkups at Duke University Hospital for his prostate. Word, from Texas, is here because her husband’s work involves travel in the area.