Essay - The body

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The Body: Use Paragraphs!Two words: Use Paragraphs! Students who don’t have paragraphs fail!The body of the essay should ALWAYS be divided into paragraphs. Never write just one long paragraph. Why? The white space makes your essay easier to read. Having paragraphs shows that you have (probably) put related ideas together. How many paragraphs in the body? Either two paragraphs (3773) or three (35553).When do I use 3773 or 35553 layouts?When do I use two paragraphs or three paragraphs in the body? When do I use 3773 or 35553? It depends on your ideas. Use TWO paragraphs (3773) if you are giving both sides of the argument or situation – one paragraph for, and one against (or the opposite). Use THREE paragraphs if you are only giving one side. So… Use TWO paragraphs (3773) to agree in one paragraph and then disagree in the second paragraph. Use TWO paragraphs (3773) to disagree in one paragraph and then agree in the second paragraph. Use THREE paragraphs (35553) if you are agreeing in all three paragraphs. Use THREE paragraphs (35553) if you are disagreeing in all three paragraphs. Finally, even if you are completely confused and your ideas are all mixed up, you should still make a paragraph. Just skip a line somewhere. Your essay will be easier to read.

Parts of an EssayEssays, like sandwiches or burgers, are divided into different parts. These parts are the: Introduction Body Conclusion The IntroductionThe introduction opens the essay. It is a short paragraph – usually about THREE sentences. In an argument essay, it usually describes or summarizes both sides of the present situation and says what you are going to do in your essay. Read more about Introductions here.The BodyThe Body is the main part of the essay. In an argument essay, it is divided into two or three paragraphs, giving your opinion and reasons.Each paragraph in the body is between FIVE and SEVEN sentences long. Read more about the Body of the essay here.ConclusionThe Conclusion is the end of the essay. It is a short paragraph – about THREE sentences. It often has the same idea as the Introduction, only in different words.Some people think of the essay as a sandwich. The Introduction and Conclusion are the bread, and the Body is the filling in the center. If the introduction looks good, people will carry on to the body. Hopefully, the conclusion will leave them with a nice taste in their mouth…You can read more about Conclusions here.

The body of an essay

Parts of an essay