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What is the five paragraph essay structure?

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Is there only one type of structure for a five paragraph essay or there are some of them? If so, then tell me what is the basic structure for it?
asked Jul 11, 2013 in essay by guest

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Did you get five paragraph essay structure guidelines from your teacher. The basic structure is rather easy. To define it, you should have introduction, three supporting paragraphs, and conclusion. That simple. Write down your topic on the piece of paper. Write down three ideas you will talk about - each of these ideas will become a supporting paragraph. After summarize your key points in the conclusion.
answered Jul 11, 2013 by lauren