So it's that time in First Semester when you have to start writing all those essays and assignments. Don't panic!
Just make a plan, state your answer as briefly as possible in the opening paragraph, then carefully go through all the different parts of your answer with evidence, and finish up with a strong final paragraph.
Yeah right, I hear you say, it's not that easy! That's true, and some people do the different parts in a different order, and then bring it all into line at the finish. That can work for some people, particularly if they have prior knowledge of the subject matter. But generally, if your reading list is the first time you have encountered the subject matter, it's best to write assignments in that order from introduction to conclusion. Then you can go over all the paragraphs later to make sure the whole argument holds together.
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The covert actions of the Bristol Apostrophiser and the London Grammar Vigilante prove that Britain, the home of English, remains Great. When all about them were dragging the language of Shakespeare and Dickens into the gutters of incorrect usage, these brave activists stood up and said, "Enough with the crappy English, Britain!"
"My country, right or wrong.
If right, to be kept right,
If wrong, to be set right."
Now it is the duty of all thinking persons to join them and say, "I am the Bristol Apostrophiser, I am the London Grammar Vigilante, and I'm not going to take it anymore!"