The more clear and compelling it is, the more credibility you gain as a writer in their eyes.
Or put them up somewhere near your bed so that you go to sleep thinking about English.
I hope this was helpful, and feel free to ask questions.
It should get to a point where you have about 20 themes and plenty of quotes analysis to back it up.
Sharing is caring, and in this case, sharing will get you good grades.
‘It is possible to see the idea of..’ or ‘One argument put forward is…’ are pretty good.
Now, listen up: I’m about to share a very valuable piece of advice with all of you: Get your whole class to create a shared Google Doc with the following table: Then, together with your class, start filling the table.
I’m going to be honest: You should try to use flowery language to spice up your essays. Before you go sit that exam, go on try to replace some common words you’d use with some nice, juicy ones.
In terms of transitioning between paragraphs aim to be clear and simple.
I hope you can see what I’m trying to do; note that each quote naturally compliments the flow of the paragraph.
You never need to explicitly state that you are about to use a quote; rather, just insert it within your body as nicely as you can. The thesis statement of your essay is also extremely important; many English teachers have told me that often to gauge a writer’s quality they examine his thesis statement.