How to Use Tense Correctly in Academic Writing

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Unlock the secrets of formal writing to craft essays that convey authority and precision, enhancing your academic and professional texts.

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Introducing “How to Use Tense Correctly in Academic Writing,” a comprehensive PDF slide collection designed to demystify the use of tense in academic contexts. This resource, an integral part of our Ultimate Master Slide Collection, is specifically tailored to high school educators and students aiming to perfect their writing skills. With slides developed by leading specialists, this collection not only teaches but also engages students in the nuances of English grammar.

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This slide collection serves as a one-stop resource for comprehensive learning. Each slide crafts key points about tense usage clearly and effectively, ensuring students learn to select the right tense for different contexts in academic writing. From discussing past research to presenting ongoing studies or theories, these slides cover it all.

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Our content is meticulously developed by leading specialists in English language and academic writing. Each slide presents information in an active voice, making the content more direct and engaging. We simplify complex grammatical rules, making them accessible to students of all levels. With these slides, learners can easily follow along and grasp the intricate details of using tenses correctly.

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Formal Writing Style

Formal Writing Style
Let’s have a look at formal writing in detail.
It is essential that you employ these techniques in your essay writing, to not only make sure you are using correct structure, it also gives your answer more authority.

Perspective
Impersonal writing involves using objective details that do not refer to ‘you’.
For instance, ‘we’ needs to be replaced by specifically who ‘we’ represents. ‘We have a problem with crime’ becomes: ‘Australia has a higher than average level of criminal activity’.

Grammar
Perfect grammar involves using grammar according to its rules.
You should focus on adding complex sentences in your essay writing, which are structured in a proper way.
e.g. In the text, the theme of belonging is expressed through hyperbole and irony, techniques which enhance the sense of Juliet’s attachment to her home.

Correct Tense
Tense depends on whether you are writing about something that has happened previously (past); or is a constant (present).
e.g. ‘Gerard is portrayed as a rebellious teenager, whose distrust of authority often causes conflict between his family, and results in violent outbursts.’
This is in ‘present’ tense because you are arguing this is an unchanging representation of the story.
If you were to discuss the ‘fall of the Berlin Wall’:
The history of the event is in past tense.
The effects on society today are present.

Language
Language needs to be simple and specific.
Let’s go through some rights and wrongs:
Right: Several species of American beaver are threatened with extinction as the result of heavy forest clearance and introduced species.
Let’s go through some rights and wrongs:
Wrong: Tragically, many unfortunate animals are threatened by logging.
Wrong: Species of furry little beavers are needlessly threatened by the reckless and dangerous activity of unprecedented forest clearance.
Let’s go through some rights and wrongs:
Wrong: Beavers are dying because of people.

Organisation
Your writing must interpret ideas, discuss them and represent them as fact.
“The raven is a symbol which indicates desperation, and seeks to represent the narrator as ‘desperate’.”
This statement is entirely opinion, yet is portrayed as if it were fact.