What is a conflict paragraph?
Asked in Essays
What is a good essay for the white umbrella?
Start the essay with an introduction. The introduction should include a little taste of what the whole story is about. The first sentence should be the thesis statement, which is the theme of the story. Make sure to state the conflict, climax, and resolution in your introduction. The next paragraph should be the conflict. This is your first body paragraph. This paragraph should include what the conflict is, a quote to support what you're saying, and either an analysis of the quote or context of the quote. The second paragraph of your body, the climax paragraph, should include the same thing, and so should the third paragraph, which is the resolution paragraph. The last paragraph should be your conclusion. This should sum up your whole essay. You should restate your thesis somewhere in the paragraph, but it should be in different words. For your title, use something from the conclusion paragraph that would be good for the title. MAKE THE TITLE SHORT. I did a "White Umbrella" essay as well. These are the quotes I used... Conflict: open it, twirl it around by its slender silver handle; [she] wanted to dangle it from [her] wrist on the way to school like the other girls did" Climax: "'Mom! Wake up! .… I thought you were dead.' I said, starting to cry" Resolution: "threw the umbrella down the sewer" Some of these quotes are not complete because I weaved them into my sentences. Try that out. That just might work for you. Hope this helped!
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Asked in Microsoft Word
Do you have to select an entire paragraph to change the paragraph format?
No. If you just have the cursor in the paragraph, without selecting anything at all, it can apply paragraph formatting to that paragraph. Paragraph formatting is something that can apply to a whole paragraph only, like alignment. Word knows you are applying a paragraph setting, so it applies it to the whole paragraph even if it not selected. A paragraph setting can never be applied to part of a paragraph, so once the cursor is in the paragraph, any paragraph setting can be applied without selecting. Things like changing the font size is not a paragraph setting, so the whole paragraph would need to be selected to do that kind of formatting.