It really depends on the way you like too, but I would start off by summing up what the person did and then start writing about the beginning of there life. But some people like to skip the introduction and just begin writing and do the introduction later once you know what your going to say.
It can/should be 5 paragraphs containing: Paragraph 1: Introduction Paragraph 2: Background of the person's life Paragraph 3: Description of person Paragraph 4: A story Paragraph 5: Closing paragraph To make it good, use at least 4 quotes from your interview you had with your person you are writing about.
ask the person
Sure, you can start a paragraph with the word by. By starting a paragraph in this manner, I give an example of what I am talking about.
no it is not proper to start a paragraph with plus because, plus is adding on to another idea an idea is in one whole paragraph. that is why it is not proper to start a paragraph with plus.
how do you start the fourth paragraph in a essay
You should not start a paragraph with the word To. To begin a paragraph with To makes an awkward construction and makes it harder to read.
A paragraph is supposed to be 5-7 sentences long so anywhere from 9-15 sentences are too long. Also you need to start a new paragraph when you jump to a different topic or it will be a double subject paragraph. or it will be an run on paragraph....
You start a new paragraph in descriptive writing when you start a new topic
In an HTML document, to start a new paragraph, the <p> tag is used. Here p stands for paragraph and will start a new para.
the best way to start a new paragraph in essays is with an opening statment whick will describe what your going to be writing about in that paragraph!
Click on this link to an excellent biography of St. Patrick. You should be able to summarize what you read into a paragraph about St. Patrick.
Try this: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/barbieinfo/ and read the introductory paragraph