It is important to remember that this is a rough sketch by which to write your essays. If your topic is quite complicated, then you may have infinitely more evidentiary paragraphs than three. Furthermore, you can expand your individual themes, as well. You can write two or three paragraphs in support of "theme 1" (or Body Paragraph One). The most important thing to remember here is consistency. If you have two or three paragraphs in support of one piece of evidence, then you should have the same amount of paragraphs in support of all sequential facts.
Below we have structured three short essays for you and given you the topic sentences for each paragraph. Choose one of them and write it as a full text. Add facts and reflections under each paragraph. Make sure there are good transitions between the paragraphs.
1) Introduction: The importance of learning English
2) Living in a multicultural world
3) International job market
4) A better travelling experience
1) Introduction: The importance of a good education
2) Competitive working market
4) Personal growth
1) Introduction: Living in a digital world
2) Important in working life
3) Important in communication
4) Part of our everyday lives
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