Date:16.05.2016, 17:40 Stick to your topic sentence. The first sentence of the paragraph should be the idea that you want to develop within the same paragraph. Use it as a guide in writing your succeeding sentences. In other words, end a paragraph with an idea that logically leads to the idea in the succeeding paragraph. This will make your paragraphs read tight and interconnected which, apparently, saves your essay from reading like a couple of distinct paragraphs simply lumped together. More on topic sentences No matter what type of essay is being written, all body paragraphs need to be fully developed and provide supporting detail. This detail can come in the form of personal examples, statistics, and/or quot;s from an expert. The following are important aspects of all body paragraphs: A clear topic sentence Specific evidence or supporting detail Examples. Unity and cohesion Transitions between sentences and paragraphs A concluding sentence that ties the evidence or details back to the main point and brings the paragraph to a close. Following that sentence, you may proceed by writing that "Blue has the characteristic of looking relaxing to the eyes". And so on. Having a logical flow of sentences allows your reader to follow your arguments closely and understand better what it is that you are trying to say.
So we have to move there.' Ina, of course, as she always does, said: 'Sure.' We lived there for most of three years. The first time I went to Johnson City I was able to see all the kids who went to high school with him.