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This does not include the source code of LibreOffice, which is licensed under the Mozilla Public License v2. Stages of writing a term paper or thesis Writing a linguistic paper involves the following steps: Planning and finding of topic First of all you need to find a topic. Remember that the basic function of any linguistics paper is to persuade the scientific community of the relevance, value and innovative value of your results.
It ends with a formulation of your working hypothesis.
Discuss problems which occurred and open questions which remain. The theoretical part gives the background of the paper, an accurate formulation of the problem and appropriate methods for solving it, contains a discussion of the research that has already been done on the topic and presents these results accurately and systematically.
Table of Contents with section numbers, subsection numbers, page numbers by the way - your term paper is not a book, so it contains Sections and Subsections, not Chapters Introduction: The introduction contains your motivation for dealing with the topic.
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