Jose John May 7, 2016 No Comments
HOW TO WRITE AN ESSAY? Before you start writing, select a topic. It can be of any subject, about a match, movie, geography, science, earth, space, storm, flood, disaster, or any bizarre incident you have seen or read. First, jot down all important points the essay needs to discuss. If it is about science, then quote both the advantages and disadvantages. While so, mention the names of a few scientists who invented what, and say briefly the initial setbacks faced by him/her, how his/her efforts were criticized and the action that the person had taken to overcome all that and how he/she had finally become successful. If you wish to write about a flood, what caused the floods, how it affected the people, number of persons drowned and rendered homeless, as also the loss of crops, if any. Similarly, also about social-ills. But remember: when writing about social-ills, it is mandatory to suggest a solution also. Anyone can write a problem, but it is the suggestion for a remedial action that makes one a good analyst and essayist. It helps us in many ways. First, it enables one to understand the topic fully well, analyze the pros and cons, and present it nicely, together with a suggestion. To achieve...
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Jose John April 26, 2016 No Comments
HOW TO WRITE AN ESSAY An essay can have many purposes, but the basic struc­ture is the same no matter what. When writing an essay to it may be to argue for a particular point of view or to explain the steps necessary to complete a task. Some of the steps nec­essary to take in order to accomplish a better essay are by supporting the thesis. For example, that would be brainstorm­ing and organizing information has to be used in order to be­gin. Secondly support the thesis in the body paragraphs. Lastly when finished revise and edit by adding material. Either way, essays will have the same basic format. If following a few simple steps, an essay almost writes itself. Supplying ideas for the essay are the important part of the essay anyway. When preparing to write an essay brainstorming for ideas that support your thesis statement is one of the few simple steps to follow in order to start the essay. Whether brainstorm­ing on a piece of paper or a few pieces of papers narrow all brainstorming down by restating what is written down or just restate what you have written down to make it sound better. Organize the ideas into an outline, keeping in mind the method...
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