What are the principles of a good paragraph?

What are the principles of a good paragraph?

A paragraph is a collection of sentences which all relate to one main idea or topic. Effective paragraphs have four main characteristics: a topic sentence, unity, coherence, and adequate development.

What is an effective paragraph?

An effective paragraph: ➢ Focuses on one main point or example. ➢ Usually has a topic sentence that ties information together. ➢ Contains sentences that all relate to or expand on a specific idea. ➢ Presents ideas in a logical way to establish credibility. ➢ Is well-developed with detail but not overly long.

What is the first sentence of a paragraph called?

topic sentence

How do you write Don ts?

Dos and don’ts is an especially unusual exception. The apostrophe in the contraction doesn’t seems to make people want to use an apostrophe to make do plural (do’s and don’ts), but then to be consistent, you’d also have to use an apostrophe to make don’t plural, which becomes downright ugly (do’s and don’t’s).

Do and don’ts in relationships?

Here’s a few do’s and don’ts I’ve finally learned: Don’t take your partner for granted. Over the course of your relationship, there are months at a time when family or work demand our complete time and attention. During those periods, it seemed like Diane and I passed by each other with barely a nod.

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