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What types of essays are there exist and how to understand how best to write this essay?
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there are a lot of types of essays
just choose the proper style
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Are you sure this is the best place to ask this question?
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Okay, there are many types of essays. For example, there are philosophical, artistic, historical, spiritual-religious, literary-critical essays. According to their form, they are divided into notes, letters, lyrical miniatures, reviews. By the way of presentation - into descriptive and narrative, analytical and critical, essay illustrations, classifications and others.

Any written work, any text has:

Introduction
By "introduction" and "conclusion" you can mean the first and last paragraph. You should not formally relate to these elements of the text. The first paragraph or the first part of the text introduces the reader to the course of the matter, brings him to the problem to which the essay is devoted. You don't need a long introduction - one or two paragraphs should be enough.

The main part
The main part needs the most attention. Especially when drawing up a plan. It can have a different structure:

Thesis-argumentation, thesis-argumentation, thesis-argumentation, etc. In this case, we first fix the thought, then we prove it;
Reverse structure (facts-inference). We describe the situation or give facts, draw a conclusion. And so - several times.
Thesis and several arguments (facts). In this case, we confirm one thought with several illustrations. The thesis can be both at the beginning and after these illustrations.
By "thesis" we mean a short, complete thought that the author wants to convey to the reader of the essay. Under the argument is some kind of proof of the thesis. This can be a life situation, news, a scientist's opinion, a scientific theory, or a fact proven by science.

Ideally, one thesis should be supported by two arguments. One may seem unconvincing to the reader, but three will overload the text. However, you are free to bring any number of arguments to your thesis - a lot depends on the thought itself, the logic of the narrative, the volume, the plan of the text. It is important to preserve the consistency, conciseness and imagery of the text.

Conclusion
In conclusion, as a rule, they summarize everything that was said in the essay. The author together with the reader sums up the results. It is important that conclusions are not far-fetched and do not arise "out of nowhere." In conclusion - only what the reader should come to after reading the main part of your work.
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