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PostSubject: Spotlight on the basic essay format   Thu Sep 20, 2012 9:44 pm

An essay can have many purposes, while it will have the same basic format. But what is a basic essay format? If you follow a few simple steps, you will find that the essay almost writes itself. Then what is the essay basic format?

Basically, an essay is made up of the Introduction, Three main points (the body), and the Conclusion. So it looks like this:
I. Introduction
II. Point One
III. Point Two
IV. Point Three
V. Conclusion

The upper information is a basic format for an essay. Before you write, you should have a clear idea on how to conceive and model such essay writing. If you still cannot find out an y ideas, just follow us, we shall give you the best guide. 澳洲代写

Firstly, when you plan your Introduction, you should remember to answer three questions
1. What do you want to talk in this paper?
By answering this question you can give the reader a clear idea on what the subject of the paper is. For example, if your paper were about a particular book, your answer to this question would give the title, author, and any other necessary information.
2. How to talk and present this subject?
This is where you let the reader know how your paper is organized. Here you very briefly introduce your main points or the evidence that will prove your point.
3. What am I going to prove in this paper? assignment代写
This is the dreaded THESIS STATEMENT. The thesis is usually the last sentence in the first paragraph and it clearly states the argument or point you are making in your paper.

Secondly, its the Body part. The Body consists of everything between your intro and conclusion and it is where you discuss your three main points. And in my opinion, the best way to present this is a separate paragraph (or in a long paper each point might be a section). In each paragraph you can follow this format:
Introduce your point
Explain your point
Give supporting evidence (this is where quotes go!)
Explain how the point and evidence relate to your thesis
the whole point of each paragraph is to relate your point to your thesis, but it helps to spell it out clearly in at least one sentence of the paragraph.

Thirdly, its about the Conclusion. Basically, the conclusion restates the introduction. So just reiterate questions 1, 2, and 3. It is also helpful to trace your argument as you made it within the essay.

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