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Expository Essay

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The expository essay is one of the most flexible forms an essay writer may use to explore a topic or issue. It involves evaluating facts, expounding on an idea to discover its extent or natural conclusion, and setting forth an argument regarding the concept in a precise and unambiguous way. There are many tools that can be employed by essay writers who turn to the expository essay, such as use of example, definition, comparison and contrast, analysis of a cause and effect, and many more.

In class work often involves use of the expository essay. Also, most writing exams incorporate this form as one of the questions to explore.

A thesis statement that is concise and placed in the beginning paragraph is critical to a well written essay. Avoid flowering it up. Brevity is beauty to the thesis statement, as it is to most of your essay. Tighten the thesis statement up and trim it down until all you have is what is absolutely necessary. This impacts the effectiveness of the entire essay.

Each part of the essay must support each other. The effective method for achieving this is to produce clear transitions from one part to the next. They should make sense, because the logical transition between paragraphs and sections are the glue that holds the paper together. Without it, there is no unity and no sense that these belong together. In other words, the paper is filled with random thoughts, loosely related by a theme.

The clearest essay for reading is the one whose paragraphs each address a single idea. The beginning of each paragraph should also relate the paragraph to the thesis statement. The content of the paragraphs should be evidential. You should be trying to convince the reader of your point, by supporting it with logic, facts, statistics, or at least anecdotes.

If you want to use a traditional form that essay writers use, apply the five-paragraph essay form to your essay. It has one paragraph for the Introduction, three paragraphs for the body of evidence, and one paragraph for the conclusion.

The conclusion does not merely give the thesis statement again. Instead, you should return to a final discussion of the evidence, in a summary fashion.

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