Later paragraphs cite three undergraduate research experiences and her interest in the linked sciences of disease: immunology, biochemistry, genetics, and pathology.
This sample essay immerses us in detail about medieval literature throughout, eventually citing several Irish medieval manuscripts.
With all people speaking the same language, there will be less barriers and therefore trade would flourish between countries, resulting in a healthier world economy.
On the other hand, there are obvious disadvantages to having only one global language.
The sample essay by a neuroscience student opens with narrative technique, telling an affecting story about working in a lab at the University of Pittsburgh.
Thus we are introduced to one of the motivating forces behind her interest in neuroscience.
Despite their different areas of research specialization within the same field, both writers demonstrate a good deal of scientific fluency and kinship with their target programs.
The short essay by a geography student applying to an internship program opens with the writer admitting that she previously had a limited view of geography, then describing how a course changed her way of thinking so that she came to understand geography as a “balance of physical, social, and cultural studies.” Despite her limited experience, she shows that she has aspirations of joining the Peace Corps or obtaining a law degree, and her final paragraph links her interests directly to the internship program to which she is applying.
Each culture is unique with its own way of life and own perspectives of the world which would all be lost if there were only one language.
Secondly, it would result in the collapse of tourism because there would be no reason to travel for pleasure and interest if all countries had the same language and similar cultures.