Saturday, August 24, 2019

How to write an essay expository



What is an exposure test
Expository Essay is an informative essay that analyzes, examines and evaluates a subject. This essay can be written to identify cause-and-effect relationships, to compare and contrast two things, or to provide step-by-step instructions on how to achieve a particular goal. Whatever the purpose, the author must use a lot of evidence, statistics and facts.

How to write an essay expository
Step 1: Understand
The first step to take before writing the essay is to understand the subject. An explanatory essay could consist of comparing and contrasting two subjects, analyzing the causal relationship between two events, or explaining a process. For example, if you are given the subject "Social Media Corrupts the Spirit of the Young Generation", you must understand the purpose of the essay. Here, the purpose of the essay is to highlight the causes and effects.

Step 2: Brainstorming and Research
As mentioned above, an explanatory essay deals with many facts and figures. You must therefore research the subject and find relevant evidence and statistics. Before writing the essay, take some time to think about the areas of the topic you are going to address in the essay.

Step 3: Organize
introduction
Start your essay with a thesis statement. Briefly describe the context so that readers can understand what you are going to talk about. Then write a concise summary of the areas you will cover in the essay.

Body
Divide the body of the essay into several paragraphs. Use each paragraph to discuss different aspects. For example, imagine that you are going to write an essay on "The Effects of Environmental Pollution" and that you write about the effects of water pollution, the effects of air pollution and the effects of soil pollution. Then you should use 3 paragraphs to describe these 3 areas. However, there should also be a clear and logical transition between the paragraphs. Always use a subject phrase in each paragraph to discuss each point. In summary, we can say that each paragraph must contain a subject sentence, supporting evidence, an analysis of evidence, and a transition.

Conclusion
The last paragraph should support the thesis and the main ideas to support it. You must not introduce new material into the conclusion.



Tips for writing a presentation
First, understand the subject and decide which method you will use.
Do a thorough research if you are not familiar with the subject.
If you are writing on an academic subject, always use a direct and academic language; do not use a literary language.
Always provide solid facts, evidence to support your arguments.
Write in a logical and analytical way.
Use a neutral and objective tone.
Make sure there is a good run between the paragraphs.
Use words and transition phrases. (Example:  although it may be true, in the same way, with that intention, therefore, despite everything, etc. )
After finishing your essay, always check your writing. Make sure there are no grammatical or spelling mistakes.
Congratulations ! You are now ready to start writing YOUR essay essay.

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