Write my essay

An outline is a great way to organize ideas and content if you’re preparing to write a speech, essay, novel, or learning instruction. Let’s continue with step 2 to write the outline.

1. Arrange sub-topics.

If you write a good story or present a historical thesis, a chronological arrangement will make the writing more logical. In other cases, take a sub topic with the most references and start with that topic. From this topic you will organize the important subtopics so that there is a natural link between the topics. When I write my essay for me, I mark subtopics with Latin numerals. The following is an example for a short post:

  • Subject: Car history
  • I. Early years: Before the 20th century
  • II. Classic cars: From 1900 to World War II
  • III. Modern car: After World War II

2. Think of at least two subtopics for each section.

When I write my essay for me, I often choose these subtopics based on two criteria that are the goal of the article and the list of collected references. These documents will constitute the second layer of the outline, the second layer usually consisting of bullet points and marked with letters (A, B, C, D, etc.).

  • I. Early years: Before the 20th century
  •    A. Early steam engine
  •    B. Internal combustion engine
  • II. Classic cars: From 1900 to World War II
  •    A. T-model
  •    B. Technology standardization
  • (Do the same with the other items)

3. Expand the main topic by offering sub topics.

When I write my essay for me, if one of the subtopics already marked is still a large topic or needs clarification, I add bullet points below that topic. When I write my essay for me, I put these bullet points into the third layer of my outline and mark them with consecutive numbers (1, 2, 3, 4, etc.).

  • I. Early years: Before the 20th century
  •    A. Early steam engine
  •       1. The introduction of the steam engine
  •       2. Advances in the 19th century
  •    B. Internal combustion engine
  •       1. Early Benz cars
  •       2. Car – a luxury item

4. Add new classes for the outline if needed.

If you need to add new classes, use lowercase Latin digits (i, ii, iii, iv, etc.), then lowercase letters (a, b, c, d, etc.) and finally the digits (1, 2, 3, 4, etc.). When I write my essay for me, a three-to-four-layer outline makes sense. But I also try to group items together before I add more than four layers when I write my essay for me.

5. Think about the end.

You don’t have to write a conclusion right away, but take a look at your outline and think if that outline fits your original purpose. When I write my essay for me,  if I do not have enough evidence to draw conclusions, I will add additional topics. If one of the subtopics is not relevant to my conclusion, I remove that topic from the outline when I write my essay for me.

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