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    How to Start an Expository Essay with a Bang?
             Throughout their academic tenure, students go through different intellectual stages. Whether it is about writing an essay assignment or completing a quiz. They try to perform exceptionally so that you can secure good grades ultimately leading to acquiring a full bright scholarship for college or university. For some students, the most difficult part or assignment could be writing an essay. It is only because academics have devised different types and each needs to write differently. Only an exceptional student can write all types of essays without any difficulty.
             Among many, an expository essay is just one form, it mainly deals with investigating an idea, explicates the idea, evaluates evidence ultimately leading to present the idea concisely. The requirements in this essay can be fulfilled by comparison and contrast, definition eventually leading to an analysis of cause and effect. An expository essay is itself divided into types including definition essays, classification essays, cause and effect essays, compare and contrast essays, and ‘how-to’ essays.
             Each type requires to follow certain guidelines so that the purpose of writing such an essay could be achieved. Just like any other essay the start of this essay should be with a compelling outline. It would help you to give direction to your essay and enable you to write eloquently. I am writing down some simple techniques. By following these you can write an expository essay with a bang.
    How to Start an Expository Essay with a Bang?
    Start with a topic
             The topic is the most important technique in writing an essay. Sometimes your professor may directly assign you a topic irrespective of the fact that whether you like it or not. However, a mysterious topic can be difficult to comprehend as you do not have prior information about it. The areas of a topic may include coin collection, crypto-currencies, social media, robotics, leukemia, basketball, and veganism.
    Include examples
             Examples are the backbone of any essay as they give justification to your arguments. You would find a lot of data during your research but you cannot write all of it in a short research essay. Try to stick with your thesis statement and only include such examples that would strengthen it.
    Craft a thesis statement
             After your outline, a thesis statement is the most important part as it gives direction to your research and the purpose of your essay. Usually, the last sentence of an introduction is a thesis statement when you need to argue in favor or oppose an agenda. A reader would be able to understand the purpose of your essay by just reading a thesis statement.
    Review once
             When you are done with writing your essay just give it a thorough look. It would help you to eliminate any potential typos and grammatical errors. Once you have completed and followed the aforementioned points then you can start your expository essay with a bang. 

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