Gcse Essay Tips

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* 1 Use Consistent Tense, You should first decide whether to use past or present tense before explaining an event, you must. Though either can be used but if chosen one, you have, and then be consistent, you should. Hmm! Inconsistent Tense: Mr. Alexander wants to travel to Europe with his crew, but he couldn’t find enough money Consistent Tense: Mr. Alexander wanted to travel to Europe with his crew, but he couldn’t find enough money * 3. Write Analysis, Summary Not Sometimes, Important to narrate the main point to remind key points to the readers, it is. However present your own analytical statement just a summary not. Yes, hmmm. Summary: Avatar Movie is about a young physically disabled person who realizes he can walk using an Avatar. He then joins forces with a native tribe and defeat the selfish army to bring back peace. Analytical Statement: In the movie, Avatar, the main plot signifies the desires of human for someplace that is futuristic yet pleasing, a place where every wish can come true. * 4. Paraphrase, Quote Not Quote the exact passage only when you fear that you may not be able to rewrite it as well as the author. Or, when quoting a passage from a fiction-themed novel to keep the tone intact. * 5. Use Incomplete Sentence, You must not the subject-verb agreement that completes the author’s thoughts, it is. Regardless of how common it is, find many incomplete sentences, you may. Incomplete sentence: While Timothy was the one who beat his wife, he never confessed it in the court Complete sentence: While Timothy was the one who beat his wife, but he never confessed it in the court * 6. Avoid Contractions, You Must unless quoting a passage as it is, avoid contractions you must. Instead of using don’t, isn’t or it’s, use do not, is not or it is, you should. * 7. Use Dangling Participles, Do Not Dangling Participles make you express a thought in a confusing manner. It occurs when a participle fails to make...
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