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The classic type of an essay

Writing an essay contributes to the development of creative thinking, the ability to express their thoughts and the thinking process in general. Practice, and it will help you learn how to correctly formulate your words, highlight cause-effect relationships and reinforce your arguments with relevant arguments and examples from practice. However, it is safe to say that novice essayists should immediately wind up these tips on a mustache and use without a shadow of a doubt. No need to invent or ascribe to themselves the thoughts of other people. Write naturally, and your essay will benefit from it. We recommend also to study the example of the abstract. Feel free to sit down for your first essay!

If we need to write the most ordinary school essay, then consider it here as an illustrative example.

We will adhere to the three (classical) main parts: Introduction; content; conclusion

Introductory part

     The introductory part introduces the reader to the subject of the essay and leads to the disclosure of the main aspects of the work. You can describe the title of the theme of the essay, reveal the essence of the title, ask a question, the answer to which will be revealed in the substantive part and summarized in the conclusion.

     For example, an essay is being written on the theme “The nature of the native land”. Describe in the introduction what the native nature is remarkable for, and why the beauty of the nature of the native land served as the subject of the essay. If an essay on the theme of the seasons, describe why the season in question was the subject of the essay, how this period affects you, what attracts and, perhaps, a favorite season of the year attracts particular sympathy.

Content part

      The substantive part is the most important, the main part of the essay, it reveals the topic, explains the essence of the essay. Show your vision of nature as other authors see in nature in fiction. Avoid a simple statement or retelling, try to sensibly describe the most vivid impressions that nature leaves you.

     For greater clarity, try to mentally take a walk through your favorite places of your native forest, look into your favorite corners of your native nature, describe what you see around you, how you imagine nature and what nature matters to you. Understanding the report of the essay to the reader will be the main task of the content of the work.

Final part

     In the final part summarizes the entire work, draws conclusions from the opened subject of the essay; the final part should be not big, but solid. In the final paragraph, you can smooth out all the shortcomings in the course of work on the essay, if it is clear, if possible, concisely and confidently complete the essay, fully answering all the questions posed.

How to write an essay?

An essay is a literary genre based on associative thinking. An essay is a mini-essay with free composition, expressing special impressions concerning a specific issue. This genre is especially popular lately. To date, the essay is often offered as a task for a particular subject, as well as in other situations. For example, during admission to a university or other institution, as well as during employment, an essay is part of the overall package of documents.

Writing an essay is extremely useful, so everyone should know how this kind of mini-essay is written.

Plan essay

Introduction. Writing an essay can begin with a quotation, a rhetorical question, a problematic issue, a typical situation, general information about the problem revealed in the essay, a reference to the opinion of an authoritative source, the creation of a special emotional attitude, reference to specific facts of the biography of the author being described, etc. In the introduction, you should definitely take the reader to the formulation of the problem.

The text should always use the word “question” or “problem.” The problem should cover the entire material considered in the essay. When stating a problem, you can use the most common cliché phrases: the problem is raised in the text, the author raises the problem, etc.

The following is a comment on the problem. You can touch the history of the issue and consider different points of view. It also allows the use of cliché phrases.

After that, you need to reveal the position of the author. It can be explicit and hidden.

The penultimate stage is a description of agreement or disagreement with the opinion of the author. His point of view should be argued.

Finally, we come to a conclusion. Here it is necessary to summarize the entire essay, summarize what has been written and draw the appropriate conclusions.

To improve the overall look of your mini-essay, you can use subtitles. This will allow readers to better understand the text and follow its general logic.

Pay attention to the volume of the essay. It should take no more than seven pages of printed text. Specify the subject of the essay. The essay should answer only one question. Focus on trusting communication with the reader. Let the story be easy. Avoid complicated sentences and obscure sentences.

Try to surprise the reader, reflecting on any aphoristic statement. Do not use in the essay slang, abbreviations, and frivolous tones. At the same time, do not use convoluted phrases, so that the text is understandable to any reader.