In our essay we should never use words like: I, want, I want, essay, paragraph, I will
write, but we can use this sentence instead:
“It should be said that.”
Second and third paragraphs in agree/ disagree topics:
Stating the blueprints (main ideas) and their relationship with the topic.
Stating the importance of the blueprints.
Saying sub reasons.
Examples or more support.
Connecting to the next paragraph.
Suggested samples as the first sentence of the second and third paragraphs:
- Emphasizing on the importance of “the subject”, one of main causes/ reasons to stress
is that “Blueprint A or B”.
- The most outstanding feature of “the subject” is “Blueprint A or B”.
- “Blueprint A or B” can be considered as one of the main facts of ” the subject”.
- The major emphasis can be considered upon “Blueprint A or B”.
- One of the unignorable perspectives related to” the subject” can be “Blueprint A or B”.
- As “Blueprint A or B” is quite effective in the “the subject” it should be said that….
- Taking “Blueprint A or B” into close consideration regarded the “the subject” it could
be presented that…
Suggested samples as the fifth sentence of the second and third paragraphs:
- And of course this is not all.
- And definitely there are more to be considered in this field.
- Since it is a multi-dimensional/ multi-faceted/ multi-perspective/ general/ two-folded/
deep/ profound/ arguable/ debatable topic it should be emphasized/ enlightened/
highlighted/ clarified/ illuminated/ explained/ illustrated/ disentangled more.
- This subject deserves/ needs/ requires/ demands/ calls for more elaboration.