Otis H. Anderson

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Recommendations for the text of the essay: Remember that you are writing an essay for another person who is not your friend or colleague, which means that you use standard phrases, write to the point and do not deviate from the topic.

Do not use adjectives, exclamation marks, and avoid general words (everything, any, everyone). Also, you do not need to use phrasal verbs (put, end, etc.). Adhere to an academic-informational style in presentation: avoid personal pronouns (I, mine, we, our) and give preference to the active voice instead of the passive one.
To give the text objectivity, express an opinion on the topic using impersonal constructions (It is believed that ...; It cannot be argued that ... etc.) and non-categorical verbs (suggest, assume, assert, etc.). Correctly express your opinion on helping you with words such as obvious (obvious), possibly (probably) and other adverbs.
Divide the main part of the text into paragraphs according to meaning, which can be interconnected and complement each other. Do not overload the paragraphs of the sentence and make them all roughly the same in length. At the beginning of the paragraph, it is better to use linking words, to continue the thought expressed earlier.
If you give examples or quotes in the texts, refer to the source and publication of the statement. This can be done in parentheses, indicating the author and year.
For example: (paper writing websites - Otis H. Anderson, 2021)

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