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Essay Writing - How to Write an Essay

Updated on August 29, 2013

Online writing courses - 5 paragraph essay format

I’m a retired teacher of literature and writing. I really miss teaching, so I decided to do a little online teaching with free online writing classes. Of course, it won’t be the same because I won’t have that wonderful interaction with students. Perhaps it will somewhat satisfy my need to share information, however. Today’s topic in my online writing courses is essay writing.

Essay writing is a required skill in high schools and colleges across the nation. I assume it’s a necessary skill in other countries, as well. I was always surprised on the rare occasion when I had a senior who didn’t know how to write an essay. How did such a student reach the twelfth grade without knowing how to write an essay?

If you’re having trouble with essay writing, I’m offering free essay help. This is a basic “short course” in essay writing. Remember – this is for basic essay writing. In future online writing courses, I’ll get into more advanced essay writing. For now, however, beginners will learn the basic essay format. A good place to start is with the 5 paragraph essay.

What’s a 5 paragraph essay?

First of all, I apologize for the “5” instead of “five.” For search engine purposes, I must refer to the essay writing as a 5 paragraph essay. Now that we have that out of the way…

A 5 paragraph essay is made up of five paragraphs – hence the name. The first paragraph is the introduction. Following the introduction are three body paragraphs. The last paragraph is the conclusion.

Essay format for a 5 paragraph essay

I. introduction

II. body paragraph

III. body paragraph

IV. body paragraph

V. conclusion

Essay format – the introduction

The introduction introduces your essay topic to the reader. It should start off broad and general. Picture your introduction as an inverted triangle, starting broad and gradually narrowing to a point. The point is your thesis statement. The focus should tighten into the last sentence, which is the thesis. The thesis statement controls your entire paper.

I’ll give you an example. Let’s say you’re writing an essay about the qualities that a good leader should possess. Since this is a 5 paragraph essay, you’ll choose three such qualities. A simple thesis statement might be something like “A good leader must have intelligence, good judgment, and courage.” This sums up the entire essay into one sentence.

Essay writing – body paragraphs

Your first body paragraph will be about a leader’s need for intelligence. The first sentence of this paragraph should be a topic sentence – something like “An effective leader must be intelligent.” Then you’ll write four or five sentences supporting that topic sentence. In other words, you’ll explain why it’s important for a good leader to be smart.

You’ll need to do the same thing with the next two body paragraphs. Later, after you get the basic essay format down pat, your topic sentence won’t necessarily need to be the first sentence. For now, however, it will help you to organize your essay and teach you how to write an essay.

Essay writing – the conclusion

When writing an essay, you’ll need a conclusion. This should be your last paragraph. Your conclusion should sum up what you’ve already said. Some teachers and instructors sometimes require that beginners, those just learning how to write an essay, reword the thesis statement and use it as the first sentence of the conclusion. This is followed by three or four more sentences.

If you use this essay format, your conclusion should be like an upright triangle. It should start with your thesis statement and gradually get broader in the way of information – just the opposite of your introduction.

In the conclusion, be careful not to introduce new information.

More essay help

Each teacher is a little different in her requirements. For example, traditionally, instructors frown upon the use of second person (you) when writing an essay. This rule has relaxed, however, and second person is often allowed in essays now. In order to be sure, ask your teacher before you commit pen to paper when writing an essay.

When you’re writing an essay, plan ahead. Make an outline of some sort. The outline doesn’t have to be in any formal essay format. Even a jot list will help you organize your thoughts.

When you’ve finished writing an essay, let it “rest” before you do final editing. Your mistakes are difficult to spot while your essays are still “fresh.” Your brain will often correct the mistakes so that you won’t notice them. After the essays get “cold,” your errors will be much easier to identify.

Give your essays titles. Do not put the title in quotation marks.

Don’t begin your conclusion with “in conclusion.” Don’t use “I think” or “I feel” when writing an essay. Your educator knows that you’re thinking and feeling! Don’t use clichés, either. Don't use "The end" at the bottom of your essays.

I haven’t addressed voice or style in this essay help article. Both are very important elements of essays, but those are lessons for the future. Your first attempts at essay writing should focus on organization and essay format. Once you master the basics, we can move on to word choice, transition, and varied sentence patterns.

Essay writing doesn’t have to be difficult. Just master the basic essay format first, beginning with a simple 5 paragraph essay. Once you learn to organize and control your content, you can move on to more essay help to make your essays interesting and more polished.

To learn more about how to improve writing skills, visit my free online writing classes below! I'll be adding more tips for improving writing skills, but for now, just click the links for more online writing courses.

Essay writing doesn't have to be difficlut!
Essay writing doesn't have to be difficlut!

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    • nifty@50 profile image

      nifty@50 6 years ago

      Great advice on writing an essay or a hub for that matter! Sometimes it pays to remember the basics to stay on track!

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      Pamela Oglesby 6 years ago from United States

      Habee, That was a great review. I haven't heard any of that since college and most of it was quite familiar but I know I have room for improvement. Thanks for a good hub.

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      drbj and sherry 6 years ago from south Florida

      It never hurts to review the basics of essay writing, Holle. Thanks for providing them in such an interesting way.

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      SilverGenes 6 years ago

      This is terrific, habee. What a great idea bringing your expertise as a teacher online for everyone to learn! Very clear and easy to follow, too. Thank you.

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      De Greek 6 years ago from UK

      Sign me up! What a clever girl you are. Not only do you have a dedicate student in me, but I have emailed this to my son to find as soon as he gets back from holiday.

      In lieu of an apple, Teacher, I send you a kiss :-))

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      Maria Cecilia 6 years ago from Philippines

      this is very informative.... in the Philippines we also English Literature, and had always been my favorite subject, and my English Teacher is always a favorite too... Habee you're my favorite hihihi

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      cvanthul 6 years ago from Florida

      As always, an excellent and information hub. When I started college I was surprised to find how many students (in 3rd semester of college English) didn't know what a works cited page was, even after the professor told them it's basically a bibliography. How did they get through high school and 2 semesters of college English???

      This is a great idea to bring your expertise to others in this format. I'm looking forward to the rest of your educational series.

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      sheila b. 6 years ago

      I, too, look forward to more lessons from you.

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      Martie Coetser 6 years ago from South Africa

      Thanks a lot for reminding me of this format. I loved to write essays and still do whenever an opportunity presents itself, but I tend to forget about the format and just write in accordance with my gut feeling. Oh, gosh, when I write an essay for hubs, I better remember we have a teacher online :-). I think you are a great teacher, habee. We have online writer’s colleges in SA, offering courses in all genres. Perhaps you may consider the establishment of your own online college or join an existing one?

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      Rob 6 years ago from Bay Ridge Brooklyn NY

      As a writer, I always appreciate a respect for the basics. Good hub.

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      RunAbstract 6 years ago from USA

      It must have been wonderful for you to be a teacher! To help mold the thoughts and ideas of students as they explored the written word!

      Thank you for the "continuing education" here on HubPages! Much appreciated!

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      msannec 6 years ago from Mississippi (The Delta)

      Awesome hub! I really enjoyed reading this, as my background is in English & Speech, and I love writing. Thanks for sharing your knowledge!

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      Eileen Kersey 6 years ago from Kingston-Upon-Hull

      Great advice. Practical but simple

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      Sweetsusieg 6 years ago from Michigan

      This is GREAT... I somehow managed to get into the 11 grade without knowing several keys to writing. I had no clue what a verb, adverb, pronouns, adjectives and all of the other numerous words that are useful to writing were. I was blessed to have a wonderful English teacher who took the time to instruct me in all the years that I had missed. I sat in the hall for 2 weeks doing 'ditto' homework that she managed to find specifically for me.

      I still feel that I have much to learn about writing, I look forward to reading and being instructed on what it is you have to say. I feel that some of my writing is hit an miss.

      If you should find it in your heart to read some of my Hubs and give me feedback on them it would be much appreciated.

      Thanks!

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      prasetio30 6 years ago from malang-indonesia

      Good information, habee. I always learn new things from you. Include this hub. You are perfect teacher for me. Thanks for share about this. Vote this up.

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      Audrey Kirchner 6 years ago from Central Oregon

      Great reminders for all the students out there!

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      Lita C. Malicdem 6 years ago from Philippines

      Good stuff for recall of my teaching days, too. Controlled and free essay writing take a lot of effort to teach, but is enjoyable, especially when you start correcting students' outputs.

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      carolina muscle 6 years ago from Charlotte, North Carolina

      Great advice.. discipline in writing is something everyone should learn! ( even if, like me, they then proceed to ignore the rules ... LOL )

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      Leni Sands 6 years ago from UK

      Very good, simply put advice. Keep up the good work

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      donkeymailer 6 years ago

      Great. Thank you.

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      mysterylady 89 6 years ago from Florida

      A couple of months ago, I wrote a hub on writing an expository essay, and I was curious about how similar our hubs would be. We both have the same approach.

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      Hello, hello, 6 years ago from London, UK

      Thank you for this very helpful hub, especially to me.

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      boxxies 6 years ago

      Excellent reminder.

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      anglnwu 6 years ago

      I love your triangle analogy. Just picture that and everything else will fall into place. Great advice from a great teacher--rated awesome!

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      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      Yep, Nifty - the basics are a firm foundation!

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      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      thanks for stopping by, Pam!

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      MarianG 6 years ago

      I loved writing essays when I was in school! I bet that you were a great a teacher and that your students loved you!

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      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      You are welcome, drbj!

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      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      silver, I guess I'll always be a teacher at heart!

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      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      De Greek, I'd take a kiss from you over an apple any day! lol

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      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      Hi, Maria. I used to have a good friend named Maria Cecilia!

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      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      Cvanthul, I'm hoping this will help high school students!

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      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      Thanks, Sheila. You get an "A"!

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      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      Hi, Marie! I don't usually write essays on HP, but I hope I never forget the basic format!

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      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      Thanks, Rob. The basic essay format is good to know!

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      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      Run, I LOVED teaching! I really miss it.

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      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      Hi, Anne! Good to see you!

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      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      glad you liked it, Eth!

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      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      Susie, I'm not sure how that happens, but it does!

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      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      Prasetio, thanks for the kind words, my friend!

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      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      buckie, I'm hoping high school students will find it!

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      Maria Cecilia 6 years ago from Philippines

      Habee now you have another Maria Cecilia, thanks for this hub it made me realized that I am doing the right thing...

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      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      Lita, I always enjoyed reading my students' papers!

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      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      Chris, I ignore them, too, when I'm writing for myself!

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      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      Leni, thanks for reading!

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      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      You're welcome, Donkey!

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      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      Great minds, Mystery! lol

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      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      HH, it's always good to see you!

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      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      Thanks, Boxxies!

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      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      Anglnwu, I really appreciate your comment!

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      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      Awww...thanks, MArian! My students did love me - because I made learning fun.

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      PassinItAlong 6 years ago

      Nice share!

      I'm really interested in writing articles,this is very helpful.

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      kazeemjames01 6 years ago

      Well detailed, instructive and educative.

      Cheers

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      mrirvinemassage 6 years ago

      Very informative! Thank you for sharing this article.

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      Mike Lickteig 6 years ago from Lawrence KS USA

      Gosh, this takes me back. If only I had teachers as clear and thorough as you. In Freshman English at KU, I got an A on my first essay and an F on the second, so I was all over the board. I was usually good enough to defend my writing style, although I recall arguing with an instructor on whether "it's" was simply "it is" or was a singular possessive (or whatever that was called), like "his" or "hers." I won't say which side of the issue I was on except to say I was wrong...

      Thanks so much for the lesson, and I apologize for going back over the old memories. Take care.

      Mike

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      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      I appreciate that, Passin!

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      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      Kazeem, glad you liked it!

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      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      Mrirvine, thanks for stopping by!

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      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      Quite alright, Mike. What are friends for?? lol

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      nicole.reilly 6 years ago from Austin, TX

      This will greatly improve my skills in writing. Thanks again!

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      mwatkins 6 years ago from Portland, Oregon & Vancouver BC

      This is excellent! It should be a must read for all kids K-12! I used to grade papers and test at the college level and you would not believe what the students write - Some of the worst spelling and grammar around - Very sad testimony to teachers and parent involvement in kids education. Way to go, Habee!

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      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      Nicole, glad you found the info useful!

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      oldbooklover 6 years ago

      I love your visual imagery of the triangular introduction and conclusion. In my mind I see three equal circles strung between them for the paragraphs. I will remember this.

      Thank you very much Habee. You are a great teacher and thanks to the internet you will go on and on helping people.

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      Jon Law 6 years ago from Birmingham UK

      from general to the specific - thats what I was taught. It is good advice. The need to structure the essay for the sake of the reader is a good skill to learn.

      If you are being assessed for college the reader is doing the assessing so it's a good idea to make it easy for that person! Good structure makes assessment that much easier and much more enjoyable.

      Good advice here

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      TopUniverse 6 years ago

      It reminds me how to write an article.

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      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      Mwatkins, it's alarming, isn't it??

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      CarolineVABC 6 years ago from Castaic

      Thank you for sharing this. I have a son who just entered high school and he has an English class which focuses on literature/writing. May I share this with him? Thanks for clarifying some points on how to write an essay. Great hub!:-)

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      Chin chin 6 years ago from Philippines

      Thanks again for sharing. It is great to have a refresher on learning the basics of writing essays. Honestly, it takes me quite a while before I can gather ideas for my writings. This lesson will help me better organize my thoughts.

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      Artoflegendindia 6 years ago

      Nice hub. hank you for sharing your knowledge.I liked your method for writing essay.

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      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      Thanks, Old book!

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      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      Thanks a bunch, Jon!

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      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      Top, it would work for an article or hub, although I don't always use this approach.

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      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      Caroline, I hope your son finds this useful!

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      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      Chin, I'm glad you found the hub useful!

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      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      Thanks for stopping by, Art!

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      Granny's House 6 years ago from Older and Hopefully Wiser Time

      habee, thank you so much for this hub. I think before I start a new hub I will have to go over your hubs Essay Writting- How to Write an Essay. I am trying to become a better writer. Everyone can learn a lot from your hubs

      Will rate up and bookmark.

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      Funom Theophilus Makama 6 years ago from Europe

      Such a great hub, you have here...

      1. Research: Begin the essay writing process by researching your topic, making yourself an expert. Utilize the internet, the academic databases, and the library. Take notes and immerse yourself in the words of great thinkers.

      2. Analysis: Now that you have a good knowledge base, start analyzing the arguments of the essays you're reading. Clearly define the claims, write out the reasons, the evidence. Look for weaknesses of logic, and also strengths. Learning how to write an essay begins by learning how to analyze essays written by others.

      3. Brainstorming: Your essay will require insight of your own, genuine essay-writing brilliance. Ask yourself a dozen questions and answer them. Meditate with a pen in your hand. Take walks and think and think until you come up with original insights to write about.

      4. Thesis: Pick your best idea and pin it down in a clear assertion that you can write your entire essay around. Your thesis is your main point, summed up in a concise sentence that lets the reader know where you're going, and why. It's practically impossible to write a good essay without a clear thesis.

      5. Outline: Sketch out your essay before straightway writing it out. Use one-line sentences to describe paragraphs, and bullet points to describe what each paragraph will contain. Play with the essay's order. Map out the structure of your argument, and make sure each paragraph is unified.

      6. Introduction: Now sit down and write the essay. The introduction should grab the reader's attention, set up the issue, and lead in to your thesis. Your intro is merely a buildup of the issue, a stage of bringing your reader into the essay's argument.

      (Note: The title and first paragraph are probably the most important elements in your essay. This is an essay-writing point that doesn't always sink in within the context of the classroom. In the first paragraph you either hook the reader's interest or lose it. Of course your teacher, who's getting paid to teach you how to write an essay, will read the essay you've written regardless, but in the real world, readers make up their minds about whether or not to read your essay by glancing at the title alone.)

      7. Paragraphs: Each individual paragraph should be focused on a single idea that supports your thesis. Begin paragraphs with topic sentences, support assertions with evidence, and expound your ideas in the clearest, most sensible way you can. Speak to your reader as if he or she were sitting in front of you. In other words, instead of writing the essay, try talking the essay.

      8. Conclusion: Gracefully exit your essay by making a quick wrap-up sentence, and then end on some memorable thought, perhaps a quotation, or an interesting twist of logic, or some call to action. Is there something you want the reader to walk away and do? Let him or her know exactly what.

      9. MLA Style: Format your essay according to the correct guidelines for citation. All borrowed ideas and quotations should be correctly cited in the body of your text, followed up with a Works Cited (references) page listing the details of your sources.

      10. Language: You're not done writing your essay until you've polished your language by correcting the grammar, making sentences flow, incoporating rhythm, emphasis, adjusting the formality, giving it a level-headed tone, and making other intuitive edits. Proofread until it reads just how you want it to sound. Writing an essay can be tedious, but you don't want to bungle the hours of conceptual work you've put into writing your essay by leaving a few slippy misppallings and pourly wordedd phrazies..

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      nancy_30 6 years ago from Georgia

      Great hub. It's been a long time since I've written an essay. Thanks for refreshing my mind.

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      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      Good to see you, Granny!

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      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      Great tips, Doc!

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      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      You're welcome, Nancy!

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      Neverletitgo 6 years ago from Minneapolis, MN

      Thank you hubee for you tips about how to write an essay. I am using this hub as my reference. I will be reading you hubs especially free writing courses

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      yolly rogers 6 years ago

      you are an excellent teacher! loved that lesson in essay!

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      Ironracer 6 years ago from St. Louis, MO

      I really enjoy your writing articles - simple to read and well written! Even though I should already know everything you mention, it never hurts to refresh!

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      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      Neverletitgo, so glad you liked it!

      Yolly, thanks! LOVE your name!

      Ironracer, it's easy to forget what you learned in school! lol

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      Rick Ogilvie 6 years ago

      I don't really use the basic formats all that much anymore, but the simplicity with which this article was written, concise and to the point, is refreshing.

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      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      Thanks, Rick!

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      CarolineVABC 6 years ago

      Thank you for sharing such a very informative hub! I think we can all use some "better writing tips." I will definitely review these things with my son. Although I'm sure that now he is in 9th grade, he is aware of these, but just needs some tuning and more practice won't hurt, either. Thanks again, habee! Keep at it. God bless!

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      Darcy30 6 years ago from Atlanta

      Very useful. Thank you.

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      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      Caroline, thanks for reading, and God bless you, too!

      Darcy, glad you stopped by!

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      DNemesis 6 years ago

      Essays had always been the fun part of my school days. Thnks for a great hub.

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      Sue 6 years ago

      Great helpful advice for my grandchildren. THANK YOU

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      dpatullo741 6 years ago from UK

      You have suggested great ideas of essay writing. It will help me a lot.

      Thanks

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      Shahid Bukhari 6 years ago from My Awareness in Being.

      Just write ... describing as best as you can ... and you will have a good essay ... maybe, a masterpiece.

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      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      Dnemesis, I always enjoyed essay writing, too! Are we nerds? lol

      Sue, that's great! Hope it provides essay help.

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      jacques.gim 6 years ago from Lancashire

      Good info I need to practice my essays being French it can be difficult specialy at the moment. I am doing a certed at UCLAN and I am finding my second year dificult

      however I am enjoying it, so your hub pages will come handy thanks for your tips.

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      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      Thanks, Dpatullo! Glad you liked it!

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      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      True, Shahid, but you also have to have some organization! lol

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      Holle Abee 6 years ago from Georgia

      Thanks, Jacques! I wish you success!

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      Emma 6 years ago from Houston TX

      Habee, i like your articles. At least College school students will benefit from your article

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      Roxielady 6 years ago

      Great Hub article. I have to say that the material presented in clear and concise and should be of great assistance to those wanting to write a good essay. I also want to wish you great success with your online courses. It is wonderful to see someone who is just as successful out of the classroom.

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      patsposts 6 years ago from London

      Wish this Hub had been around back when I was going to school.....:)

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      Bilalnr 6 years ago from Islamabad, Pakistan

      Great Hub habee!!!

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      Tim Mitchell 6 years ago from Escondido, CA

      I like your teaching style. Reading this has given me comfort in the sense of we all are learning at some point along a line of points. Those who take time to dash back rendering encouragement, prompting learning, challenging application deserve praise. Thank You! I look forward to reading your other free learning tools.

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      memurugan 6 years ago

      every doing good work make if positivity. goo oon. great

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      Beatrice G. 5 years ago from New York State

      This is such a great resource! I've just linked to it on a hub I recently published on college writing skills.

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      htodd 5 years ago from United States

      Great post ..Thanks

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      Carlon Michelle 5 years ago from USA

      Thank you so much for your generosity in providing these free classes. This one brought me back to high school and watching to my English teacher Ms. Buckles write these five steps on the blackboard. Smile!

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      GHANI222 5 years ago from hyderabad india 00919293056189

      NICE AND FANTASTIC VERY HELPFUL

      KEEP IT UP THANKS A LOT FOR GIVING TIME TO EXPLAIN

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      nelly Medina 5 years ago

      Thanks for help me, God bless you.

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      Chloe 5 years ago

      very helpful thnx

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      A/Rahman amare 5 years ago

      This my first time that i read this page,really it helps me thank you .

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      Carolyn Sands 5 years ago from Hollywood Florida

      Hi Habee. I was reading another hub this morning which linked me to this one. It is awesome and I voted you up. Thanks a bunch.

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      pink_k10 5 years ago

      so nice!!!!this info can help me a lot to win the essay writing competition!!!GODBLESS

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      eissa 5 years ago

      Thanks from ksa

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      alyssa 5 years ago

      hey do u know what website i could to to right a essaay

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      KE Morgan 4 years ago from Arizona

      Very good.

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      Reba 4 years ago

      Thanks, just wondering if you have any follow-up lessons, such as how to write a desriptive essay, or a persuasive essay, etc.???

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      Meril Marya John 3 years ago

      Can you please show 1 or 2 essays ? It will be very helpful for us.......................And thanksssssssssssssss .................

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      Elaina 3 years ago

      This is very helpful I have to write a 5 paragraph essay by next week here’s the question “Has the U.S. government gone too far in the various aspects of our lives?” well now i know how to set it up my answer is yes but i have writers block i dont know what to write!!!! can someone help?

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