How to write essays correctly

How to write essays correctly

An essay is a literary genre based on associative thinking. The essay is a mini-essay with a free composition expressing special impressions regarding a specific issue. This genre has been especially popular lately. Today, an essay is often offered as a task in a particular subject, as well as in other situations. For example, at the time of admission to a university or other institution, as well as at employment, an essay is a component of the general package of documents.

Chapter 1

How to write essays correctly

Writing an essay is extremely useful, so everyone should know how this kind of mini-essay is written.

I need to write my essay like this:

Introduction. An essay can start with a quote, a rhetorical question, a problem question, a typical situation, general information about a problem that is revealed in the essay, a link to the opinion of an authoritative source, creating a special emotional mood, referring to specific facts of the biography of the author, etc. In the introduction, it is imperative to bring the reader to the wording of the problem.


The text should necessarily use the word "question" or "problem". The problem should cover the entire material considered in the essay. When posing a problem, you can use the most common cliché phrases: a problem is raised in the text, the author raises a problem, etc.


The following is a comment on the problem. You can touch on the history of the issue and consider different points of view. Cliche phrases are also acceptable here.


After this, you need to disclose the position of the author. It can be explicit and hidden.


The penultimate stage is a description of the consent or disagreement with the opinion of the author. His point of view should be argued.

Finally, we have come to a conclusion. Here it is necessary to summarize the entire essay, summarize what has been written and draw the appropriate conclusions.

Subtitles can be used to improve the overall look of your mini composition. This will allow readers to better perceive the text and trace its general logic.


Pay attention to the volume of the essay. It should occupy no more than seven pages of printed text. Specify the theme of the essay. An essay should answer only one question. Focus on trusting readers. Let the narrative be laid back. Avoid complicated sentences and obscure sayings.


Try to surprise the reader by reflecting on some aphoristic utterance. Do not use slang, abbreviations and frivolous tones in the essay. At the same time, do not use intricate phrases so that the text is understandable to any reader.

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