Learning English as a second language can be daunting for beginners, and one of the major areas in which a lack of proficiency can surface is in essay writing. Although it can be intimidating, this guide seeks to help allay the fears that confront students.
Author Phil Rashid uses his many years of experience teaching English as a second language to show students how to construct a clearly written essay. He starts at the beginning, going through the basics of writing paragraphs, as many students lose exam marks by not adhering to the basic principles of writing. He explains the essential difference between titles and topics, the significance of the opening paragraph, and the importance of sticking to the main point of the essay. Rashid takes you through to writing a conclusion in order to wrap up your essay coherently and effectively.
By following the guidelines and suggestions in How to Write an Essay, you can approach essay writing not with dread, but with confidence.
Published: 4th June 2014