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Want to write an essay without too much effort? Now you can!

What is the easiest way to write an essay?

Sit down and make an outline.

Why would I make an outline? I need to write an essay.

Think of it as chapter headings. You start with the title of the essay, then list your main points.

I don’t know the main points.

OK, you’ll need to research the topic to learn about it, if you don’t already know about it.

That starts with a Google search. Though I often see essays for download.

That’s cheating.

That’s one of the results of the search. Some of them are even on sites that let me get it for free with login.

Teachers have plagiarism checkers to see if you’ve used someone else’s essay.

So I’ll rewrite it.

Why not write it yourself? It’s about as much work, and you don’t risk an F for stealing someone else’s work.

It isn’t theft it is free or I pay for the article.

Start at Wikipedia instead of Google. That’s a good place to research a topic.

Good point. It has references I can use.

Yes, you can cite their references.

And I can rewrite their article.

Many professors put in specific questions to force you to address a sub-topic that aren’t in standard essays. It’s an anti-cheat measure.

So I research the sub-topic and write about that, in addition to whatever sources I use.

List the topics to cover in the essay. Then list your details underneath it, such as arguments and facts to back it up.

Why do they make you learn how to write essays? No one does this in real life.

Business reports, letters to the editor, financial reports, public debates —

I should just list my text message argument with someone on the topic. That has plenty of arguments.

Then you’ll convince the teacher you have no spelling or grammar skills in addition to an inability to research and write.
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Formal writing is the style you should be looking to achieve in writing essays. There are a number of qualities to formal writing which we will outline in this video. We will also go through some common language errors. Formal writing is third-person, impersonal and objective. This means that everything is written based on fact. Constructing an argument is simple as choosing which ‘fact’ supports your case, and allowing it to support your definition. Formal writing requires grammar to be used in a ‘perfect’ manner. Writing in complex sentences ensures each idea is detailed and explained. Formal writing is impersonal and must use ‘proper’ English. Consult grammar guides if you are unsure. Language is best described as scholarly or academic. It must avoid opinionated, emotional or unnecessarily descriptive statements. Academic language means you are presenting facts and indicating knowledge. It must be direct and explicit: as in, not vague. Your writing must be organised in a way where your interpretation can be represented as fact, rather than just your opinion. By providing your own definition, and basing your argument on your discussion and evidence, you are writing in a formal way. Some things to avoid: Contractions, You or I; we and us, Unnecessary adjectives, Vague, unspecific points, Opinionated statements and Starting with conjunctions.
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Essay writing tips for exams. Tips on how to write an essay outline.
Essay outlines provide the skeleton, the bare bones, on which you can build your writing. They provide structure so that the ideas and thoughts flow logically and build towards a strong conclusion. Without an outline, an essay runs the risk of going off in different directions. Here’s how to write an essay outline.


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The Five Paragraph Argumentative Essay Structure

This video will help you learn the structure of the five paragraph essay format used for argumentative writing.

This video is for my high school students. This shows a simple format of writing:

Introduction of the topic

Idea 1, explanation and examples

Idea 2, explanation and examples

Idea 3, explanation and examples

Conclusion (summary of the three ideas)

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