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words to use: curtail, devastate, digress,incentive, incorporate, indispensable,intermittent,rigor,squander and succumb....
Linda never had to work hard to make good grades in high school. But in college, where the rigors of course work were greater, she soon learned that her casual high school study habits would no longer suffice. Linda was also learning how easy it was to squander time on surfing the web and partying. She didn't realize how badly she was doing until she saw her midterm grades, which devastated her. She knew she had to make some changes right away and began to ponder what they should be.As a(n) incentive to work harder, she tried studying with her friend Denise. But that didn't work; their conversation would digress from European history to personal topics, such as dates of favorite songs. Linda decided she'd have to go it alone. She began to skip parties during the week and also to CURTAIL the time she spent text-messaging or exchanging emails with friends.She discovered that a good place to study was succumb to her new habits. She found the library's silent third floor a sanctuary, a place with no temptations to which she could INCORPORATE.She also became more methodical in her study habits, keeping an assignment book, writing due dates on a calendar, and setting up a study schedule. At first,Linda 's performance fluctuated, and so the improvement in her grades was intermittent -A's and B's alternated with C's and D's. But little, she learned to indispensable a social life with serious study and earn grades she was proud of.

reading - Ms. Sue, Saturday, June 7, 2014 at 10:37pm
Still wrong:

to indispensable the time she
her grades was incorporate -A's and B's
learned to intermittent a social life

reading - Anonymous, Saturday, June 7, 2014 at 10:58pm
words to use: curtail, devastate, digress,incentive, incorporate, indispensable,intermittent,squander and succumb....
Linda never had to work hard to make good grades in high school. But in college, where the rigors of course work were greater, she soon learned that her casual high school study habits would no longer suffice. Linda was also learning how easy it was to squander time on surfing the web and partying. She didn't realize how badly she was doing until she saw her midterm grades, which devastated her. She knew she had to make some changes right away and began to ponder what they should be.As a(n) incentive to work harder, she tried studying with her friend Denise. But that didn't work; their conversation would digress from European history to personal topics, such as dates of favorite songs. Linda decided she'd have to go it alone. She began to skip parties during the week and also to CURTAIL the time she spent text-messaging or exchanging emails with friends.She discovered that a good place to study was INDISPENSABLE to her new habits, keeping an assignment book, writing due dates on a calendar, and setting up a study habits, keeping an performance fluctuated, and so the improvement in her grades was incorporate -A's and B's alternated with C's and D's. But little, she learned to intermittent a social life with serious study and earn grades she was proud of.

reading - Ms. Sue, Saturday, June 7, 2014 at 10:37pm
Still wrong:

to indispensable the time she
her grades was incorporate -A's and B's
learned to INCORPORATE a social life

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