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I never know how to start my essays. Any tips ?
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I never know how to start my essays. Any tips ?
'In this essay I will write' is always to be avoided, but do summarise what sort of thing you'll be talking about in some way. Include the name of the book or poem and the author, a little bit about the background of what was written, maybe a quote or something that sums up what you're going to be talking about- not too many though as you need have stuff to say in the rest of the essay! Does that help at all?
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'In this essay I will write' is always to be avoided, but do summarise what sort of thing you'll be talking about in some way. Include the name of the book or poem and the author, a little bit about the background of what was written, maybe a quote or something that sums up what you're going to be talking about- not too many though as you need have stuff to say in the rest of the essay! Does that help at all?
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I never know how to start my essays. Any tips ?
You should write the introduction to your essay last, because the introduction is telling the reader what it is you are writing about. Once you have written the main body of the essay, that is when you can write your introduction, explaining what is to come


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