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Through our Custom-Made Essay writing services we deliver four main essay classifications that include:

1. Narrative Essay

Through a narrative essay, the writer is recounts an occurrence or story in first person. Writing in first person means writing from the writer's perspective or point of view. The objective when writing a narrative essay is to involve the reader in the goings-on as if they were present when it was happening. Therefore, the writer makes this possible through the principle of ‘show, do not tell’, that allows the reader to experience the narrative. This style shows the actions, relationships and feelings rather than just telling the reader what took place. This generates a much deeper bond and brings readers closer to the author (or the protagonist).

Structure of the Narrative Essay

  • The introduction needs to help the reader be acquainted with the essence of what the writer will be communicating and the fundamental point of view.
  • The body of the narrative needs to present the reader with a distinct idea of what transpired and how the writer feels about that. The narrative can be communicated chronologically or the facts may be categorized by significance or group.
  • The final paragraph requires summarizing and stating the theme of the narrative, whether it is a lesson, a concept, or a learning experience.
 
2. Persuasive or Argumentative Essay

Persuade the reader about a particular viewpoint. Here the essay’s objective is to win the reader to the writer’s side of the argument. This type of essay is not merely a presentation of facts, but an endeavor to influence the reader to agree with of the writer’s perspective. Ina persuasive essay, it is important to present both sides of the argument. However the criticalobjective is to convince the readers that the writer’s point of view regarding the argument is more significant.

Persuasive Essay Structure

Our format in creating your five paragraph persuasive essay:

  • a) Introduction (3-5 sentences)

    Hook: In order to seize the reader’s attention, start the essay in 1-2 sentences with a question, scenario, quote, or an exciting description that relates to the essay’s topic.

    • Thesis statement: This is a thoughtful and plain statement of the writer’s position on the issue (1 sentence)
    • Three arguments. Select three arguments to persuade the reader of the writer’s position. These arguments should be briefly stated in 1-3 sentences.
  • b) Paragraph 2 (5-8 sentences)

    Revisit paragraph one and pick the first argument, then write one paragraph on it by using strong examples to support the argument. Utilize authoritative sources to present facts, statistics, supportive quotations, studies, or research. Conclude the paragraph with a clear transition sentence.

    c) Paragraph 3 (5-8 sentences)

    Revisit paragraph one and pick the second argument, then write one paragraph on it by using strong examples to support the argument. Utilize authoritative sources to present facts, statistics, supportive quotations, studies, or research. Conclude the paragraph with a clear transition sentence.

    d) Paragraph 4 (5-8 sentences)

    Go back to paragraph one and pick the third argument. Write one paragraph on it by using strong examples to support the argument. Utilize authoritative sources to present facts, statistics, supportive quotations, studies, or research. Conclude the paragraph with a clear transition sentence.

    e) Conclusion.

    In 3-5 sentences, summarize the essay by restating the thesis statement, and the three arguments in different wording. Lastly, make a concluding statement that links back to the opening hook.

3. Expository Essay

Explain to the reader how to carry-out a particular process. The writer ought to have genuine and broad knowledge regarding the subject, in order to present a balanced study of a subject matter. The expository essay is entirely grounded in facts, statistics, models etc. Consequently, it gives no room for the writer’s feelings or sentiments. Expository essay has a number of sub-types such as; compare and contrast essays, process essays, classification essays, problem and solution essays, cause and effect essays, and definition essays etc.

An expository essay’s most important qualities:

The essay should be guided by a well-defined thesis. Begin with a thesis, statement of intent/ research question. Ensure you adhere to the requirements of the thesis statement, and do not wander from the theme. Provide substantiation to back up your points by supporting your arguments with specifics and reasoning. Do not merely list facts, but make sure that you integrate the facts as examples that validate your position. The essay ought to be succinct, by making your point and concluding your essay without repetitions.

4. Descriptive Essay

In the descriptive essay, the writer focuses on the details of what is happening, describe something such as a person, an object, a place, an experience, an emotion, a situation, etc. The descriptive essay boosts the writer’s capacity to generate a written account of a specific experience. This type of essay facilitates artistic freedom, by aiding the writer to paint an image that is evocative and stimulating in the reader’s mind.

Guidelines for writing a descriptive essay:

  • a) Take time to think carefully over the subject matter

    Before writing the essay, list some ideas regarding the essay’s theme. Spend adequate time evaluating the qualities that you want to describe, and brainstorm about every possible detail related to the topic. For instance, when about a place, contemplate on the surroundings. Do not only consider the physical features, but also the feelings, memories, and ideas the topic stirs. Sentiment and memory have a significant role in communicating the subject’s importance.

    Establish the focus of every paragraph and build an outline that places thedetails into a logical structure.

  • b) Use clear and succinct language

    Follow a clear and careful choice of words, particularly in terms of their relevancy with regard tothe topic.

  • c) Use your senses

    Appeal to the reader’s senses by explaining how the thing felt, smelled,sounded, looked, or tasted. In describing emotions or feelings, the writer connects with the reader in a deeper manner. The writer requires tapping into this emotional pool in order to attaina broad descriptive potential.

  • d) Leave the reader with a clear impression

    Arouse a strong sense of acquaintance and appreciation in the reader that cultivates a desire for more.

  • e) Be organized

    While it is easy to pursue a chain of disjointed emotions and feelings when writing a descriptive essay, it is important to endeavor to present an organized and rational description. This enables the reader to gain a logical sense of what the essay is all about.

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