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OpenStudy (anonymous):

Language analysis essay help. Let's say there is two articles given on an exam and you are required to obviously analyse the language & persuasive techniques, how many paragraphs in total should there be? Is this reasonable? Paragraph one-Introduction Paragraph two-Text one (Tone, technique, overall strategy) Paragraph three-Text two (Tone, technique, overall strategy) Paragraph four-Compare & contrast text one & two Paragraph five- Conclusion

OpenStudy (anonymous):

ya thats fine for a compare and contrast essay. you can also structure it intro compare a (topic 1+topic 2) compare b (topic 1+topic 2) compare c (topic 1+topic 2) contrast a (topic 1+topic 2) contrast b (topic 1+topic 2) contrast c (topic 1+topic 2) conclusion you can have less supporting paragraphs if needed.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

kk, wat if there isn't any contrast? like both articles have the same point of view e.g. Junk food must be banned in school canteens. Then I don't need the contrast ones right?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

then you can do a persuasive essay. intro point/argument 1 (topic 1 &2) point/argument 2 (topic 1 &2) point/argument 3 (topic 1 &2) conclusion an other option is to do an essay only on the similarities but it is highly suggested that you dont becasue it would be very un interesting but if the expectation is one of a C&C essay, they will be different

OpenStudy (anonymous):

if your looking on how the writers wight then you might want to do a literary essay. basicaly a persuasive essay but your analyzing quotes.

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