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The structure of the essay is almost always determined by two requirements: The thoughts of the author should be presented in the form of brief theses. Abstracts must be reasoned. Some facts, phenomena, events, situations, experience, scientific evidence, expert opinions, etc. can be used as arguments here. It is best to use two arguments for each thesis. It is two, because one may seem inconclusive, and three or more will overload the brief and figurative presentation. On the basis of these preconditions, an approximate outline of the essay is also formed: Both the main topic and purpose of the essay, as well as the topics and goals of its individual sections should be clearly defined. To capture the reader’s attention, you can use a bright phrase, paradox, allegory, an interesting fact, etc. In the introductory and concluding parts, attention should be focused on the main problem (introduction statement of the problem, conclusion summary).

There should be paragraphs, sections and red lines, and there should be a logical link between paragraphs and sections of the essay this is how integrity of the work is achieved. The presentation should be expressive, emotional and artistic. To a greater extent, this is facilitated by the use of simple, short and diverse intonation sentences. The formal rule is only one the essay should have a title. Arbitrary internal structure is allowed. Given that the essay is a small form of written work, it is not necessary to repeat the conclusions, which may be contained in the main text or title. Argument may well precede the formulation of the problem, and the formulation itself may be identical with the final conclusion. An essay should not be cluttered with official details like: “I will tell about this and that” or “I defined this and that,” as, for example, is often done in abstracts. Instead, it is better to pay more attention to disclosing the topic. Bad check.

Checking the essay, you need to pay attention not only to spelling errors, but also ambiguous expressions, unsuccessful speech turns, unnecessarily sharp phrases. Work should be re-read several times, identify all possible flaws and eliminate them. Long prefaces and lack of details. It is not uncommon for good and interesting essays to be tedious introductory parts that do not inflame the reader’s interest but put them to sleep, or complete lists of any statements without proper illustrations in the form of examples and interesting facts. We need to strive to ensure that the introduction was small, but bright and clear, and any statements and thoughts were accompanied by vivid examples. Long phrases. Many authors believe that long sentences are good. But this is not the case. Short sentences have a much greater effect on the reader, and long ones can only overload the material and complicate perception.

Therefore, it is recommended to alternate long and short sentences. When checking out, read your work out loud and if you feel that on some sentence you do not have enough breath to finish it, break it into several smaller ones. Verbosity. The specificity of the essay is that it is limited to a certain amount. And some authors fail to fully disclose the topic due to the fact that they go into excessive detail and details of individual moments. For this reason, the volume must be disposed of skillfully and competently, initially discarding some ideas, thoughts and details, if they are already mentioned in the course of the narration. Congestion. Essays should not be overloaded with scientific terms and encyclopedic data, because this not only distracts the reader’s attention from the main topic, but also adversely affects the quality of the entire work, and also diminishes its value and overshadows the expression of the author’s position.