- read the suggested topics, and then choose the one in which the author will be most knowledgeable or what he will be interested in;
- determine the main idea and formulate it in your own words;
- outline the structure and an approximate plan of the work, key terms, the points of view of experts and scientists, and theoretical positions;
- express one's personal judgment and attitude to the topic, one's understanding of the meaning of the statement;
- carefully approach the selection of arguments (opinions of scientists, historical facts, facts of life, etc.)
- present all information, arguments, and personal opinions in a clear sequence;
- conclude the paper with a conclusion and personal reasoning.
It is extremely important not to confuse an essay and an essay, as they are two different works. An essay is an analysis of a work of fiction, while an essay is an author's point of view, a position on the issue at hand.
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