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Five-Paragraph Expository Essay Model Essay Title Paragraph 1: The Introduction Topic Sentence (Main Idea for your paper) Example Sentence #1 (Subtopic) Example Sentence #2 (Subtopic) Example Sentence #3 (Subtopic) Concluding Sentence that repeats the Main Idea Paragraph 2: Example #1 Topic Sentence Example #1 (from the Introduction) 3 Examples sentences that prove your Topic Sentence Concluding Sentence that repeats Example #1
Your essay lacks only two paragraphs now: the introduction and the conclusion. These paragraphs will give the reader a point of entry to and a point of exit from your essay. Introduction The introduction should be designed to attract the reader's attention and give her an idea of the essay's focus. Begin with an attention grabber. Writing the Essay Intro and Conclusion
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Identifying Parts of a Paragraph
Structure of a Paragraph Quiz (1) There are three reasons why I want to learn English. (2) One reason is that English has become an international language. (3) It is now used by most international companies, including the company where I work, for business communication. (4) Another reason why I want to learn English is so that I can travel to English-speaking countries. (5) The United States, England, Australia and many other countries all use English as their primary language. (6) Finally, I want to learn English because I plan to move to the U.S. in the future. (7) I will become a manager for my company soon. (8) For all these reasons, I am very excited about learning English.
Sample Paragraphs NarrationDeveloping Composition Skills –Mary Ruetten (237) (Why Do People Lie?) One reason people lie is to achieve personal power. Achieving personal power is helpful for someone who pretends to be more confident than he really is. For example, one of my friends threw a party at his house last month. He asked me to come to his party and bring a date.
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Paragraph Essentials - ACE Practice Tests
Paragraph Writing Practice allows students to practice writing organized paragraphs using spelling and vocabulary words. Learn More Create your own word lists and more with Premium Membership Bloom's Learning Objective Following the classifications within Bloom's Taxonomy, Paragraph Writing Practice can help students remember, understand, apply and create their new list of words. Paragraph Writing Practice