Each of the next three body paragraphs is well organized. Each paragraph starts with a transition word or phrase and includes one example that supports the thesis. The body paragraphs cite specific examples from the passage, and then explain how those examples support the important point. The author uses three difference examples: statistics, ethics, and vocabulary, to prove why the ACLU’s argument is better supported. These examples are different from one another and show that the author understands what makes an argument weak or strong.
Firstly, preheat your oven to make its temperature reasonable. Secondly, put the dry cake mix into mixing bowl. Now, add required amount of water, oil, and eggs into the mix. Next, mix it all with mixing spoon until it gets smooth and free of clumps. Then, grease the cake pan with the shortening. Now, flour the pan gently. Next, put the cake batter into cake pan making its surface even. Then, place the cake in the oven and bake it for around 30 minutes.
Take the cake out of the oven when it is baked. To check it if it is baked enough or not, put through it a needle or something like it to the bottom. If it comes out clean, the cake is fully baked. Leave the cake to cool.
Links Use this Sample Basic Essay as a Model The essay below demonstrates the principles of writing a basic essay. The different parts of the essay have been labeled. The thesis statement is in bold, the topic sentences are in italics, and each main point is underlined. When you write your own essay, of course, you will not need to mark these parts of the essay unless your teacher has asked you to do so. They are marked here just so that you can more easily identify them.