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How should be the content of an essay.
How should be the content of an essay.
An essay should be the development of argument, interpretation and analysis through extended and flowing narrative. To do this you need to work at the level of the sentence, of course, but also, very importantly, you need to work at the level of the paragraph. The paragraph is a coherent passage of logically connected sentences usually concentrating on no more than one or two ideas relevant to your argument. Do not use very short and unconnected staccato sentences. It takes experience and practice to develop a sense of when a new paragraph is needed and when it has been finished. Examine the introduction to this booklet and this guide to get some sense of how paragraphs, or 'idea units' as they have also been called, can be developed and constructed, and how their 'natural' beginnings and ends appear. The first sentence of the paragraph should generally be a 'strong' one, used to signal or indicate the idea to be discussed within the paragraph. Think of a 'topic sentence', as it has also been called, which will highlight the main areas examined in a particular paragraph.
Essay writing is common projects or assignment in academics. To get good grades they should submit quality essays. But many students are not good enough in essay writing, if they write low quality essays they get low grades which will affect their academic career. In some universities students must complete one or more essays over several weeks or month but some give a short time to complete an essay. The truth is that it is a difficult task for many students.Longer essays also includes introductory pages that defines words and phrases of essay's topic. Then comes the body of the essay where students have to describe the topic in detail. Last comes the conclusion. They should have a deep knowledge in the topic. Even after having good knowledge someone finds it difficult to convert it into a good writing.

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