The structure of the a-writer review (taking into account all the peculiarities and specifics of the question), as a rule,
should include the following semantic elements (which do not necessarily
should stand out as separate sections of the text):
1. Introduction - one paragraph
Use attention-grabbing traps such as: a quote, a poem
a question, a reflection, unusual facts, ideas, or funny stories.
There is no need to state the main point in the first sentence. But it
should lead up to it or somehow relate to the main idea or thesis, and
contain the main points of the essay.
Avoid phrases such as "This essay is about..." or "I'm going to talk about...".
2. Main body - 2-3 paragraphs
Express yourself clearly.
Support the main ideas with facts, reflections, ideas, vivid descriptions,
quotations, or other information or materials that intrigue and
grab the reader's attention.
Use reference material to eliminate tautology.
3. Conclusion - one paragraph.
Demonstrate your growth and potential in the field. Show your perspectives
of the problem.
What actions you plan to take in your future regarding this
Your main point in a modified version.