Originally Posted by Blazeherd2306
The number of paragraphs that you should use are 5, but if you go into great detail, you can make it a 4 paragraph essay.
1st paragraph: the Introduction (thesis statement and motivator sentence (I think thats what its called))
2nd paragraph:a reason why Romeo and juliet were not fools to die for love...4 details
3rd paragraph:another reason why Romeo and juliet were not fools to die for love...4 details
4th paragraph: the last reason why Romeo and juliet were not fools to die for love...4 details
5th paragraph: the conclusion, you summarize what you went over
I got a certificate of essay writing or something like that from a teacher one time, that says I know how to write essays or whatever. Man I wrote terrible many essays to get that certificate, but I am glad I went through that whole stinkin class now (And I hope you can learn a little about it too).
Now the only thing I must add to this...
The beginning should be something like:
Romeo and Juliet were not foolds to die to love because REASON1, REASON2, and REASON3.
Something similar to that. List your 3 main reasons in the beginning.
Your conclusion needs something similar to remind the reader of this. Touch on all 3 reasons in the conclusion.
Oh! And be sure to include a Rhetorical (spelling?) Question or two. Teachers love those (at least mine did). Just dont overdo it. Just one or two in the entire essay.