Read the following description of the parts.
Here are some examples of weak and strong evidence sections:
It’s important to end with your own analysis of the information rather than with evidence. This keeps you "in control" of the paper; if you end with evidence, you’re emphasizing ideas from your sources rather than your own. The reader relies on you to analyze the evidence in the paragraph and explain why it matters to the claim and to the rest of the paper.
Evidence that includes information from one source (weak evidence):
1. Some people think that the key to solving these issues is to have more sport …
2. Some people think that the key to solve these issues is to have more sport ….
can’t we discuss like agree and dis agree and concluded them at once
My definition of true friendship is someone who sticks around when things get tough. I’m thankful I’ve met her and I hope our friendship last forever.
Thanks liz it helps me most to solve every confusion……
Is it absolutely necessary not to use the same words from the question in paraphrasing the question statement? Or you can use some words like in your intro where you used the phrase “some people think that” which was already used in the question statement. Paraphrasing eats up a lot of my time so I was think may be I could copy some part of it instead coming up with words to use.
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Not neutral. yYou MUST present an opinion which shows a clear position. However, you can present a balanced approach. This does not mean sitting on the fence, it means having a view which only partially agrees – it’s like your own specific opinion.