I’ve written the similar paper for my course, and I can provide you with some hints. Start with discussing how Taoism was introduced in Japan. Then, tell about its particular features in Japan and discuss similarities and differences in this paragraph.
My professor also asked to add some points on how Taoism influenced the Japanese culture.
I described the impact in the conclusion.
Thoughtless. Small-minded. But I agree with the previous scholar. You could dig somewhat deeper in the subject. Hamlet is at a loss and he tries to figure what happens inside of him before he tries to see what’s up on the outside. Sort out his feelings, etc.
You bould read some works on Hamlet, there are lots and lots of them, it’d do you good.
Block quotes go well when you cite prose or poetry, so if you are making a literature analysis, I guess there are in fact meant to be block quotes because it’s the one and only thing you cannot paraphrase..
But they aren’t included in the word count, correct me if I’m wrong?
If you do anything except literature, then I suppose it would be better if you only included a couple of direct quotations, like, no more than a sentence. You can always paraphrase nicely.
The length of an answer does not matter most of the time, and it should not be viewed as an indicator of quality. You have to make sure that you answer all the questions in a comprehensive manner, and you will not have any issues.
Also, you could have asked your professor the same question.
As long as you don’t use the exact answers you found on the Internet, you’ll be ok. It’s never a good idea to copy something someone else has thought or said, you should have your own opinions on the topic. Especially when it comes to homework.
Teachers can be quite strict when it comes to stuff like plagiarism.
Aren’t you confusing terms? You should complete 6th form in the UK college to enter the university in the United States.
Moreover, you should have more than a 100,000 dollars to pay for your education.