The Structure Of An Essay

The Structure Of An Essay

An essay usually consists of three important parts, which we will discuss in detail.

Introductory part

All written works, including essays, have an introduction or an introductory part. Do not underestimate it, because it is the introduction that makes the reader interested and encourages them to read the whole work. The introductory part tells the reader about a certain problem, setting up a certain emotional mood.  There are also rhetorical questions and formulations of situations in this part.

Main part

In the main part you should touch upon the history of the issue under consideration, explore the existing problem, consider various points of view, etc.

In most cases, the main part is divided into several subparagraphs, and they are divided into three sections. Firstly, it is a proven judgment, or as it is called a thesis. Secondly, justification is used to prove a particular thesis or an argument. Thirdly, a partial answer is given to a certain problem or question, that is, a subvote is made.

The reader is offered to read certain arguments in order to convince them that a certain point of view is true. Arguments include evidences, scientific opinions, life situations, etc.
The argue part of an essay is usually written in the following sequence:

  • first, a certain statement is made;
  • the explanation;
  • a particular example as an argument;
  • the next step is to bring the final judgment;
  • writing conclusions.

The final part should be paid special attention to, as it makes the relevant conclusions, and is based on each thesis in the essay. You should use serious and strong arguments in order to persuade the reader to agree with the conclusion.

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