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mardi 4 février 2020

UNIT VIII: WRITING



What is a biography?

It is an account of a person's life written by someone else. It should not be confused with an autobiography, which is a person's own account of their life, written by him or her.

To write a good biography, you'll need to take notes about the person you are writing about. This means reading a few books about the person. You'll need information on the following:

webmaster_fleches029d.gifEarly life
webmaster_fleches029d.gifChildhood
webmaster_fleches029d.gifAdulthood
webmaster_fleches029d.gifHometown/country
webmaster_fleches029d.gifPath to fame
webmaster_fleches029d.gifCurrent life (if they're still alive)
webmaster_fleches029d.gifLater life (if they're no longer alive)
webmaster_fleches029d.gifYour feelings about the person



 A biography sample:



Vocabulary:

webmaster_fleches029d.giftenure /ˈten.jər/ /ˈtenjʊər/: the period of time during which someone is in an important job or position.

webmaster_fleches029d.gifalma mater /ˌæl.məˈmɑː.tər/ /ˌæl.məˈmeɪ.tər/: the school, college, or university where you studied.

webmaster_fleches029d.gifmanuscript /ˈmæn.jə.skrɪpt/: the original copy of a book or article before it is printed.

webmaster_fleches029d.gifcompile /kəmˈpaɪl/: to collect information from different places and arrange it in a book, report, or list.

webmaster_fleches029d.gifreside  /rɪˈzaɪd/: to live, have your home, or stay in a place.















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