A paragraph is a collection of sentences that deal with one subject. This is a paragraph - all of these sentences talk about what a paragraph is. An effective paragraph consists of a topic sentence, sentences that support this topic (the body of the paragraph), and a conclusion. The topic sentence in this paragraph is the first one, where the word is defined. Everything after that sentence is the body of this paragraph. The conclusion of this paragraph is the last sentence. When you change the topic, you start a new paragraph - I will change to a new paragraph next, to discuss different types of paragraphs and how to write an effective paragraph. A paragraph can contain as many sentences and words as you need - just be sure that you have said everything you need to say before you conclude the paragraph. Each paragraph should tell your reader about one subject, and should leave them with a good idea of whatever you are talking about.
There are seven or eight different types of paragraph. After each definition, you will find a short example paragraph.
The way that you write paragraphs is simply to pretend that you are talking to someone. Instead of telling them whatever you want to say, you write it down instead. Here are some good tips for writing efffective paragraphs:
You might also keep in mind these additional tips:
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I have to be honest and not quite sure what your question is here :) but here are some basics.
Cues are either 1 or 2 pieces. A one piece cue is mainly used as a "house cue", the kind you see on the walls of bars that look like if you add a paddle at the end you could jump into a canoe. However most pool and billiards enthusiasts, both casual and higher level players use 2-piece cues as they are easier to transport and from a design and function they are better and there are more choices.
Standard cue lengths are 58-60" with most people playing with 59". There are 5 main components to a cue: the butt, the joint, the shaft, the ferrule and the tip. There are what are called production cues which you will find on-line or in pool and billiard supply retail stores quite easily. Two piece production cues can range in price from under $20 all the way up to roughly $1000 or so. There are also "custom cues" made from individual cue makers. Custom Cues are a mix of art and function. To learn more about the work of custom cue makers I suggest you look at "The Blue Book of Cues". It is in it's 3rd edition and can be found easily for under $30. For those not familiar with this aspect of the sport it is a real eye opener. Custom cues can range in price from $200 to tens of thousands with the average being over $1000.
Hope that helps :)
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Any idea that is interesting enough to you will be a good idea. You cannot write a story or novel based on ideas that someone else invents - you won't be interested enough in the subject to be able to research and write anything that will actually sell. Plus, anonymous people on the internet have no idea how old you are, what your interests are, or how well you can write!
In order to write, you need a personal connection to the subject. Write about whatever you enjoy, or whatever you find interesting, and you will end up with your novel or story.
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• Write about what you know. A good idea for a first novel is to write your own personal story. Everyone has at least one novel in them waiting to be written.
• Observe the world around you. Anything interesting can be an idea for a story or novel.
• Research. The more you know, the more ideas you will have.
• Read stories and books that other authors have written in your chosen genre. This way, you can see how other people do things.
A story can be either plot driven, character driven, or both. Most are stories are both but one or the other usually takes precedence. Charles Dickens' novels are primarily character driven Ian Flemings' are plot driven (although all the plots are the same.) If you need a place to start - trying thinking up interesting characters who can be developed and evolved against an interesting plot, or think up a good crisis that characters can be illuminated through.
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"There is no place like home."
The New Yorker in Tondo is a classic Filipino Play written By Marcelino Agana, Jr. The moral lesson is that there is no place like home.
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