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Posted: 30 July 2021 at 15:13 | IP Logged Quote Katedavis

Here are some helpful tips when you have to write an
English essay for an exam:

First, read carefully what is required of you in
writing the essay and its title in order to understand
the topic correctly.
Secondly, write down several arguments on the draft so
that you can choose the best ones from them later.
Be sure to follow the structure of the essay:
introduction, main part, conclusion.
Observe the style of writing one of the three types of
Write the essay strictly within the specified volume:
if the essay volume is given 200-250 words, then write
exactly that much.
Use connective words and introductory constructions
without fail.
Use synonyms and antonyms to make the text look more
interesting and lively.
In English essays, you must not use short forms and
Do not use slang words. Only literary language.
Check your work at least twice: the first time
immediately after writing, the second time before
handing in online class hero reviews. To check for
mistakes in words, read the essay from the end to the
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