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How to write an essay

Remember! When you choose a genre of essays, you can allow yourself to be subjective, to focus on a partial, and not on the main. You can allow yourself to express controversial considerations, giving a minimum of evidence. However, on the other hand, it can be dangerous as well. When you write as you want it is not a fact that your work will be original and interesting.

There are many ways to write a successful essay. Here are some of them.

Effective beginning Presentation is critical component of the essay. The reader determines for himself whether he should read your essay. There are several approaches to start an essay.

Standard (most common). It is necessary to answer to six questions: who, what, when, where, why and how. Answers to these inquiries will enable the peruser to comprehend what’s in store.

Unexpected. It can be anything but the reader should be surprised or shocked.

Effective. The image of the process by itself, and the consequences will flow further. This approach is convenient for short essays.

Authoritarian. Offers information in an orderly manner to create an impression of the author’s confidence only in himself.

Informative. The reader immediately receives data about what will be composed in the essay.

Quotes. A well-chosen quotation immediately attracts the attention of the reader (it is not recommended to use the proverb it is commonplace).

Dialogue. On the one hand, such a start stimulates the reader as a participant in the dialogue. On the other hand, it can be just a flow of thoughts with rhetorical questions.

Chronology of the essay. Write about the sequence of events (but do not write too much about it, essay can be boring). Just remember about the time Try not to endeavor to portray everything that happened in a particular period in trifles.

Description essay. The main feature of such an essay is the bright imagery of the work, where you have to use different creative words and interesting details that will impress the reader for a long time.

Comparison. This technique is mainly used in relation to a question in an essay that needs to be described, for example, experience or failure.

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