When writing an essay, you can break it down into five basic parts. These are:\r\n\r\n \tTitle\r\n \tIntroduction\r\n \tMain body\r\n \tConclusion\r\n \tReferences or bibliography\r\n\r\nWe will now provide a brief explanation of each of these sections.\r\n1. Title\r\nAn essay title should reflect the argument you are going to put forward. Try to make it informative and memorable.\r\n2. Introduction\r\nThe introduction should state the topic of the essay, the purpose of writing it, and the main aspects of the topic that you will cover.\r\n3. Main Body\r\nThe main body is the largest part of any essay. It is also where you put forward and discuss each point of your argument. It is also important to support each point with examples, quotations, data, and\/or logical arguments.\r\n\r\nHow much (and what) you need to write here will depend on the kind of essay you're writing. For shorter essays, this might be a single section or a series of subheadings. For longer pieces, like a dissertation or thesis, you might need to break it up into separate chapters.\r\n4. Conclusion\r\nIn the conclusion, give a clear and succinct summary of the points explored in the main body of your essay. You should try to communicate how each point contributes to your argument as a whole, but do not introduce any new material in the conclusion. Ideally, the conclusion should leave a lasting impression on the reader.\r\n5. References\r\nThis is a list of the sources used to produce your essay. Always check which referencing style your institution uses; one of the most commonly used referencing styles is Harvard.\r\n\r\nProofed can help you make sure your essays are correctly spelled and grammatically clear. We can also provide feedback on structure and style.