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have mercy on me.

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 Apr 29, 2020
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This is not meant to be snarky, but you need to "write" the essay, not "right" the essay.
 

I believe that there are five sections to the First Amendment; write a paragraph about each of them.

 

Start with an overall paragraph (it can be quite short), then the five points, then have a closing paragraph.

 

None of the five paragraphs need to be long. Can you make each of them a summary of the right and an explanation of the right?

 Apr 29, 2020
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Also, some advise moving your paragraphs along I suggest using words like

 

- Furthermore

- Moreover

- However

 

Another thing for your conclusion you can say "to sum up" or "to conclude"

 

 

Here to help

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LuckyDucky  Apr 29, 2020
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if you're taking geno3141's advice -

If you're in elementary school, 3-4 sentences for each paragraph should be about right. Middle school, then make that 5-6 sentences, complete with extravagant word choice!

 Apr 29, 2020
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Yes definitely!

LuckyDucky  Apr 29, 2020

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