Tips – absinthenew.com http://www.absinthenew.com Creative Ways Of Essay Writing Mon, 30 Jan 2017 12:53:19 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.7.3 What Should I Know About Expert Essay Writing http://www.absinthenew.com/2016/05/31/hello-world.html http://www.absinthenew.com/2016/05/31/hello-world.html#respond Tue, 31 May 2016 12:38:44 +0000 http://www.absinthenew.com/?p=1 There are essential elements in essays that have to be there for them to be effective. For example, all essays need an interesting introduction. Something that says something unusual enough that it intrigues your reader and draws them into the essay. If you cannot strategize something to say at that moment, just put your thesis statement down and start writing the body of your paper. First, though, you’ve got to have a thesis, a strong thesis, and a paper cannot live without them.

A Paper is Nothing Without a Thesis

A book needs a grand theme, a song needs a chorus—and a paper has to have a thesis. A thesis is like a chorus in a song—it’s the main argument/feeling/idea that the work is trying to communicate to the reader summed up in one clear sentence. If you cannot picture a thesis statement in your mind or ever have trouble formulating one, simply say in a clear “I statement” – what you believe or are arguing or describing in your essay. For example,

  • In this paper, I will argue that marijuana for medical purposes should be legalized across the United States.
  • In this paper, I will describe how to lay your own laminate flooring, step by step.
  • In this paper, I will tell you how to decorate a perfect themed birthday cake.
  • Some teachers specify that they do not want first person pronouns or “I”s used in your essay, and that they want your thesis statement in the third person. This is easily enough accomplished- by,

  • Marijuana should be legalized across all states in the U.S. for medicinal purposes, for example.
  • Or,

  • Baking a themed birthday cake is quite easy, if one (or you) follow these steps to a tee.

The Art of Conclusions

Conclusions, more than any other element of the essay, seem to puzzle students the most. I’ve learned an easy trick that makes thesis statements quite simple to write. Try bringing the topic into the very present moment of the essay at the end. I mean, the very present moment. For example, you could say something like this:

At this moment, 48 states have now legalized medical marijuana. We can only hope the other two will follow suit. Medical marijuana is a God given right that allows us to ease our suffering in the face of ravaging disease. Period.

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