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Nathan Astle
Posted: 08 September 2021 - 09:10 AM
<h1>Guide to Become Good at Essay Writing - 2021</h1>
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<p>For me, writing and art have always been the same thing. I mean, it's an expression of your mind onto the essay, like a picture is an expression of your mind onto a canvas. It doesn't matter for me whether if paint for me or write my essay for me – as long as it comes from inside of yourself and makes sense to other people then that's what really matters in the end.</p>
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<p>I am not exactly proud of my essays since they're starting to become one big blob of words without any organization but when I watched this video on how to <a href="https://www.myperfectwords.com/">write my essay</a> online on <a href="https://www.myperfectwords.com/">essay writing service</a>? (this website actually helped me a lot with my English studies; all thanks to them), I saw this technique that seemed pretty useful.</p>
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<p>I got the idea from this guy, David Mamet and his book on screenwriting . And it goes like this…</p>
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<p>Just before you start writing something down , somebody asks you the question – What is it that you're writing? It's a simple question but it should get your brain working at full capacity. You need to understand what exactly you want to say here and how are you going to organize your thoughts if they live in a very disorganized place inside of your head. Most importantly, why did I write this essay in the first place? There should be a purpose for writing essays. If not then it's just another pointless piece of work which will never see any appreciation or value out there in the world. After this process of clarification, you can finally start writing .</p>
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<p>But hold on. There's more to it than just automatic writing down your thoughts and ideas. The most difficult part is done – you already have a solid foundation for your essay . Now all you need is good shape (the one that I'm still struggling with). </p>
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<p>A writer needs to know how exactly they are going to organize their thoughts so that the reader can follow along and understand what's being told here. So ask yourself another question: why did I use this particular structure? What am I trying to achieve by framing my argument into this shape? It could be something like an endless enumeration of points – each point developing out of the previous point in some kind of logical order – but it can be something else too.</p>
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<p> Depending on what your essay is about and the style of writing you're going to use it will determine how exactly a structure should look like. The important thing is that when you read your own essay later, you shouldn't be annoyed by the way some parts hang together with another.</p>
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<p> You should be able to think: "Yeah, I've done this right." For me, writing and art have always been the same thing. I mean, it's an expression of your mind onto the essay, like a picture is an expression of your mind onto a canvas. It doesn't matter whether you paint or write the essay – as long as it comes from inside of yourself and makes sense to other people then that's what really matters in the end. </p>
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<p>I am not exactly proud of my essays since they're starting to become one big blob of words without any organization but when I watched this video on how to write essays online (this website actually helped me a lot with my English studies; all thanks to them), I saw this technique that seemed pretty useful.I got the idea from and his book on screenwriting. </p>
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<p>And it goes like this…Just before you start writing something down , somebody asks you the question –It's a simple question but it should get your brain working at full capacity.</p>
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