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    Hey guys,

    I was just wondering that is there any particular format or best way to write paragraphs in an essay.

    I've come across:

    Point
    Evidence
    Explanation
    Link

    However, I find it hard to use this as you often have to mention 'effect on the reader', 'writers intention' and it clusters the paragraph - I can't make it flow.

    Also, this often happens when I have to write about language and structure - I find it hard to write about them both without disrupting the flow of the paragraph.
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    is this gcse English? I don't recall sticking to the point/explanation/link ect that clearly during a level or GCSE English. You should make it flow. the best thing to do is to gather and write down all your points and key analysis, and then write your essay, with a good flow. Make sure to refer to the question at the beginning of each paragraph.
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    (Original post by MJlover)
    is this gcse English? I don't recall sticking to the point/explanation/link ect that clearly during a level or GCSE English. You should make it flow. the best thing to do is to gather and write down all your points and key analysis, and then write your essay, with a good flow. Make sure to refer to the question at the beginning of each paragraph.
    Okay :P thanks.
    I always refer to the question - well I use parts of the question to form my point.
 
 
 
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