What is a paragraph?
- 1.a distinct section of a piece of writing, usually dealing with a single theme and indicated by a new line, indentation, or numbering.
What is a paragraph?
Everything that is composed — a dance, a song, a story… or even a single paragraph — has a beginning, a middle, and an end. But there’s more than one way to make this structure.Continue reading
Supporting sentences describe, explain, clarify, or give examples of the main idea in the topic sentence. They answer questions such as Who? What? When? Where? Why? and How? They explain the topic sentence in greater detail and give the reader more information. Continue reading
A topic sentence must have a topic + a claim about the topic. This almost always means a SUBJECT (noun or noun phrase) plus a VERB (or verb phrase). If it lacks a verb or verb phrase, it might be a good title, but certainly will not be a good topic sentence, or even a full sentence! (Remember S + V?) Continue reading
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Then, prepare a slide show of ten photos to illustrate each of the following principles: Continue reading
Summer in Kochi can be both terrible and wonderful. It can feel like Hell to visitors who are not prepared for how hot and humid it can be. But summer is also the season where Kochi is the most beautiful and full of life. If you know how to dress, where to go, and how to keep yourself cool, summer in Kochi can be Paradise.
A paragraph is a collection of sentences that describe, discuss, or explain one central idea. The three main parts of a paragraph are:
News articles (in mainstream journalism) are usually one of two main types: “straight news” or “feature articles.” Here we’ll look at a common rhetorical structure that feature articles use. This is sometimes called “The Wall Street Journal” style.
CEFR-J Writing B2.1 Goal:
“I can write reasonably coherent essays and reports using a wide range of vocabulary and complex sentence structures, synthesizing information and arguments from a number of sources, provided I know something about the topics.”
What I am looking for is…