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Started by DavidRoss, Sep 07, 2021, 12:40 PM

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Explain to yourself how you yourself feel about the topic. Here is an example: How do you feel about cheating on one of your partners? Is it normal, in terms of your perception of the homework market review? Think about whether it's right or immoral, and start writing gradually, from point to point:

  • Formulating your position. Formulate your position and, if you think you should, write it in a short phrase: "I think ...... because....... And I think it's worth....." You can use more than just this template to write your opinion on an issue, come up with something that reflects your position. The main thing - do not go into an excessive set of words, which you then do not understand. Everything should be short and clear, even to someone who is not on the subject.
  • Introduction. If you identify the topic and your opinion, you can proceed to the introduction. In general, it is considered the most difficult, because the introduction is like a name for the ship, as you name it, so it will sail, with the text as well. You shouldn't, of course, get hackneyed templates from the category: "In a galaxy far, far away..." or "Long have people been...". It's boring, and you yourself will be bored reading it, although your thoughts are probably worth a normal and uncluttered word form. The easiest way to start is to ask, "Is cheating acceptable in today's society or not?" And then you can answer as you think and at the same time apply your short answer, which was written above. You can also use some personal experience in the introduction. Why not, it will give confidence to you that you are on topic, and to the reader that you are not going to read him a moral about what is right, because it is right.
  • The main body of the story should be about the topic. In the introduction you outline the boundaries, and in the main body you go deeper and show the position down to the grits with expert opinions and splashes of personal experience.
  • In the conclusion you blunt the corners and in this case give your essay form and finality. In fact, you say all the same things you said in the beginning, but as if from the side of the beholder. For example: "I believe that cheating on each other is ....., but it's up to everyone how they will deal with their other half, etc." The conclusion gives the reader to reflect on the topic themselves afterwards, while accepting your position and forming an opinion on the issue.
  • Define a good headline. It is better to learn more about this art from a special article.


A sample essay about cinema is located right here. You can find the signs and characteristics of the genre in a selection of all journalistic genres.

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