Writing an Introduction

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Writing an Introduction
The whole introduction should consist of five characteristic sentences, each defining a specific part of introductory description of the soon-to-be written essay. These are about: 1. a general topic

2. narrowing the topic down
3. restating the question
4. author’s opinion
5. a controlling sentence
A universal language
Think critically about the following statement.
A universal language should replace all languages.
Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of a universal language.
People’s mutual understanding has always been a problem when highly differing native languages are taken into account, like German and Spanish, for example. Thus, several different solutions were proposed, one of which was the inclusion of a universal language. The application of a universal language could well have certain positive and negative effects on the world populace. I, honestly, believe the invention of a new, universal language would be absolutely unnecessary; one of the reasons is that people would, mostly, stop learning other foreign languages, which would make human thinking and communicational capacities and capabilities grow even poorer than today. Studying conditions students are in

Do you agree or disagree with the following statement?
Students learn better when they are not threatened with possible failure.
Use reasons and specific examples to support your opinion.
It is very important for students not to study and learn in environments which would, in any way, negatively impact student’s work, studying and students themselves. It has been scientifically proved that students work more efficiently in environments with more suitable conditions like a specific room temperature, a suficient amount of light and, most importantly, psychological conditions and state students are in during their studying efforts; although it is not necessarily true, many psychologists agree that students study with significantly more...