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An essay can have a lot of intentions, but the basic structure of all type of essays will be same. You may be writing an argumentative essay to argue for a particular point of view or to may be doing a persuasive essay to explain the steps necessary to complete a task. Either way, your essay will have the same basic format and structure.
An essay consists of three major parts,

1.Introduction
2.Supporting Paragraphs
3.Summary Paragraph

In this article we will provide essay writing help that will teach you about basic structure of an essay. So, here it is…

Introduction
The introduction section of an essay consists of the main idea of the essay. It shows readers the theory and idea behind all this writing. It may explain why this topic is eligible to write over it. This paragraph also means to capture reader attention. If you can’t convince your reader in this paragraph that your work is worth reading, you will lose your reader in instance.

Start this paragraph of your essay papers by writing your thesis statement. The main idea of your whole essay will be your thesis statement. You must limit your entire essay writing to the topic you have introduced in your thesis statement. Giving some background info regarding the topic will develop your reader’s interest. You can use interesting facts, quotations, or definitions of important terms you will use later in the essay.

Supporting Paragraphs
Supporting paragraphs is the whole body of your essay.You have to present the entire concept in there. It may consist of 4 to 5 paragraphs and it needs all your concentration as it’s the theory behind your approach to the selected topic.

List the points that develop the main idea of your essay writing. Place each supporting point in its own paragraph. Develop each supporting point with facts, details, and examples. To connect your supporting paragraphs, you should use special transition words. Transition words link your paragraphs together and make your essay easier to read. Use them at the beginning and end of your paragraphs.

Summary Paragraphs
These are the last paragraphs of your essay writing project. It consists of the conclusion for the whole matter and your personnel opinion about it. This section may also contain call for action if needed. You can let your readers decide which concept is right and which one is wrong. You may put some action plan regarding the essay topic.

Use this paragraph to let your readers have something to think over. Don’t try to force your opinion but make them think over it by giving them some stats or proves.

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