A. Narrow down the topic of her article.
B. Read and revise her essay.
C. Provide some facts for her opinion.
D. Give her some advice on writing a paper.
A. Keeping her topic focused and supporting her opinions with facts.
B. Reading extensively and collecting as much reference as possible.
C. Avoiding sensitive political points and seeking more power.
D. Having discussions with employees and giving them more freedom.
A. By listing women's responses to different parties.
B. By discussing women's voting rights in democracies.
C. By quoting the percentage of women officers in governments.
D. By calling for women's voting rights in her own country.
A. By reading her polished essay.
B. By proofreading her first draft.
C. By bringing her some reference books.
D. By examining her outline.