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Have a look into my esaay plz :(

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New post 24 Nov 2012, 12:38
It has been said that “Not everything that is learned is contained in books”, compare and contrast knowledge gained from experience with knowledge gained from books. In your opinion which source is most important? Why? Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer

Knowledge Has no limits one person can get it while wandering from here and there and one can get from books and from experience. Whatever and what type of knowledge is a person getting , it worth, but it depends whether it worth in one case and might not be in another case ,Such as, a biology class lecture might not worth for chemistry class but it will be worth for MBBS and other courses related to that. Knowledge gained from experience varies from knowledge gained from books; everyone has different views regarding this, because it is controversial topic. According to me, Knowledge is sum up of both from book and from experience, there are few reasons I would to like to mention to support my view.
First, Knowledge is mix up of both , books are written by collecting different information from practical experience, so one can not say books are totally different from experience. For example a business management book include about managing conflict between manager and employee ,it must have practical implication so it has written in that book, so both have same importance , only bookish knowledge is not necessary to a person and not only experience.
Second reason is bookish and practical knowledge cant stand alone, for example, one of my friend in university got 3.9/4 he was completely bookish person who read apprx: 7 to 8 hours, but he did’nt have knowledge about practical implications related to that, whenever he has been given a task of communicating a person or to get information from outside the book he hesitates to do that because he was not active in to get knowledge from outside that book , Therefore , it is necessary for a person to concentrate on both source of knowledge.
In conclusion, there are many sources have been avialable to get knowledge , every person got ipod and iphone to have books ebook in his/her pocket so with practical experience one can get book knowledge easily unlike few years ago when a person had not resources to get it easily, therefore both resources are important for a person to get knowledge and perfect himself/herself in any particual field of knowledge.
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New post 30 Nov 2012, 10:31

Your essay has great organization. I can see a clear introduction, body paragraphs and a conclusion. And your essay is about 370 words - a good length.

However, I highly recommend that you spend a serious amount of time studying grammar and punctuation. Your essay has some serious grammar issues, sadly. Your essay is missing periods, you've got capitals in the middle of sentences, you use commas when you need to use periods, you're missing apostrophes... this is basic-level stuff. Start by looking over your work and trying to spot some of these mistakes and then start looking at basic level grammar and punctuation lessons. I don't mean to be TOO harsh, but some studying will really pay off. :)
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