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How can i start an essay on ancient India for comparison with the ancient Fertile Crescent?





I don't know how to start it off i need a good introductory paragraph all i need is a good attention grabberselect ethier ancient india or ancient china for comparison with the ancient fertile crescent. For the two regions selected discuss(a) TWO developments that were similar and)b) TWO developments that were diffrentI choose india



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2 Responses so far.

  1. mishandled says:

    Go look at several article publications and get some ideas.FYI many students who try to do their material via yahoo answers have many professors that check and they will possibly fail you if they find out.

  2. triclinium says:

    Like the vast majority of students, you don’t understand how to write.Do NOT see writing an essay as first writing the first sentence, then the second sentence, and so on.FIRST, figure out what you have to say — take notes.Then figure out a way to organize your notes into some reasonable order. Double-check that you’re addressing the question and not leaving out any crucial part.Then draft an essay. Revise it.Once you’ve got the body you can come up with an introductory paragraph that expresses the gist of what you wrote.