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Today, after watching your opinion essay video, I picked up one Agree/Disagree essay topic related to Television ( People become lazy and unsocial ). I could write only 215 words.

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hey mam,, please tell me that the below lines are good for a particular types of essay,,
1. DEBATABLE:- both the perspectives will be critiqued in the viability of this essay and an opinion will be formed.
Then i share my opinion in 3 body paragraph.

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I could write Introduction ( 33 words ), BP1 ( 86 words ) , BP2 ( 75 words ) and conclusion ( 21 words ).

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The only way to help you is to ask you a few questions first:
1. Do you expand answers in part 1?
2. Do you pay attention to grammar in the question? For example, are you aware that the examiner asks second conditional questions in order to test the second conditional?
3. Do you follow the prompts in part 2 or do you add your own detail?
4. Do you add past memories, future hopes, descriptions and comparisons in your part 2 talk?
5. Do you explain in full all your ideas and views in part 3?
Answer those questions and I’ll be able to give you some tips.

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3. PROBLEMATIC:-1. In this essay, the major issue will be revealed along with some suggestions.
2. various reasons can be attributed to this tendency .while, appropriate measures are required to alleviate this problem.

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In 1675 he travelled into France, on account of his health. At Montpelier he staid a considerable time; and there his first acquaintance arose with Mr. Herbert, afterward Earl of Pembroke, to whom he dedicated his ‘Essay on Human Understanding,’ having the highest respect for that noble lord. From Montpelier he went to Paris, where he contracted a friendship with Mr. Justel, whose house was at that time the place of resort for men of letters: and there he saw Mr. Guenelon, the famous physician of Amsterdam, who read lectures in anatomy with great applause. He became acquainted likewise with Mr. Toignard, who favoured him with a copy of his ‘Harmonia Evangelica,’ when there were no more than five or six copies of it complete. The earl of Shaftesbury being restored to favour at court, and made president of the council in 1679, thought proper to send for Mr. Locke to London. But that nobleman did not continue long in his post; for refusing to comply with the designs of the court, which aimed at the establishment of popery and arbitrary power, fresh crimes were laid to his charge, and he was sent to the Tower. When the earl obtained his discharge from that place, he retired to Holland; and Mr. Locke not thinking himself safe in England, followed his noble patron thither, who died soon after. During our author’s stay in Holland, he renewed his acquaintance with Mr. Guenelon, who introduced him to many learned persons of Amsterdam. Here Mr. Locke contracted a friendship with Mr. Limborch, professor of divinity among the remonstrants, and the most learned Mr. Le Clerc, which he cultivated after his return into England, and continued to the end of his life.

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5. Of the same kind of correspondence is the curious letter to Mr. Bold, in 1699, which is also inserted in the 9th volume, p. 315, as corrected from the original. Mr. Bold, in 1699, set forth a piece, entitled, Some Considerations on the principal Objections and Arguments which have been published against Mr. Locke’s Essay; and added in a collection of tracts, published 1706, three defences of his Reasonableness of Christianity; with a large discourse concerning the Resurrection of the same Body, and two letters on the Necessary Immateriality of created thinking Substance.