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    how to write a perfect essay + a summary or synthese

    Discussion in 'General Writing' started by peacelover, Jun 20, 2014.

    Hello all ,

    Please i need your help , i must improve my essay writing

    Also , i want to learn how to write a summary of a text

    Also i want to learn how to write a paragraphe using my own words

    please i really appreciate your help

    thanks
     
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    You're asking help for a rather broad subject.
    Odds are, you can just use Google and read articles on essay writing as it's not something that'll fit into a single post easily. There's lots to learn on how to research, structure, and word your essays.

    The only thing I'll say is that to write in your own words is easy; the better your understanding of the subject, the more you can write about each part of the essay. If you don't understand it at all, you really can't put it in any words.
     
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    It sounds like you are a student having some difficulty in school.
     
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    Yes , i have some difficulties , but I HAVE THE COURAGE to say that .
     
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    The first thing I recommend doing is working on your grammar. Having good language skills is the foundation of a good essay.
     
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    And the second thing ??? concerning essay structure ??

    thanks
     
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    It's not about courage, @peacelover , but about us doing the work and research for you if it's for school.

    Since you mark yourself as 27 years old, I'm assuming it's for post-secondary education and from your writing I gather English is not a language you are overly familiar or experienced in. So, for whatever reason you're going the English route, it matters not.

    You need to learn and research this on your own, as that's the best way to learn and get strong and correct information rather than asking a bunch of strangers with different ideas and opinions based off their own experiences.

    Lots of articles online about how to form an essay and on basic English grammar.
     
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    Read more essays. If this is for a class, ask your teacher for help. Or find a tutor. It's hard to answer the question because it's too broad. There are many ways to write a good essay. Without actually seeing your work, it's hard to say what the problem is.
     
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    Don't be defensive. Lots of kids come on here from time to time, list their ages as older than they are, and try to get help with school assignments.

    @A.M.P. assumes you are struggling with post-secondary education. I assume nothing. What I see, though, are questions that most people would have mastered in high school at the latest. So, if you are really 27 and struggling, then you need to reach out to a teacher or other professional, and get direct instruction. And, if you are actually much younger than 27 and still in school, then there are supportive programs available to you. Take advantage of them. If for any reason you think neither applies to you, please PM me.
     

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