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ILUSTRATING IDEAS WITH EXAMPLES

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ILLUSTRATING IDEAS WITH EXAMPLES
One of our primary goals as writers is to convince our readers that our perspective is valid. Examples enable us do so by grounding our ideas in the world and by explaining why they matter.
An example is more likely to resonant with a reader if it is: 1) easy to understand, 2) familiar, and 3) original in its conception. In other words, good examples are:
• clear,
• concrete,
• and compelling

Strategies
Effective writers not only use mcessay reviews frequently, but they also vary the strategies they use to introduce them. Some writers won’t even repeat the same method for incorporating an example twice in a given essay.
That may sound extreme, but strong writers very much appreciate the subtle effect that novelty can have on their readers. Strong writers also rarely miss an opportunity to demonstrate the wide range of tools at their disposal; such diversity earns the reader’s respect and reinforces the writer’s authority.
Helpful Phrases for Introducing Examples
These phrases are often used in essaylab to introduce examples; they typically appear near the beginning of a paragraph, or just after the topic sentence:
• A case in point is…
• For example,
• For instance,
• Consider the way in which… / Consider the needs of… / Consider the case of…
• Nowhere is this trend more evident than in…
• (insert example here) illustrates this point.
• If, for example, …
• This is especially true of… / This is especially true for…
Experiment with each of these, and keep track of how often you return to certain phrases. If you find yourself using the same strategy time and again, try using a different method.
Final Thoughts
More often than not, it’s only through examples that ideas become real. By following the three C’s of exemplification, you’ll distinguish yourself as a thoughtful writer with sound critical thinking skills who is fully capable of original thought.
While every writer inevitably has his or her favourite method of introducing them, varying the strategies you use to incorporate examples will make you a better writer in the long run, entirely because you will have demonstrated a real sensitivity to the stylistic nuances of great writing.
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