could everyone fix my mistake please because I am not good on write. thanks
MY FAVOURITE BOOK
I have read so many books that I can not determine which one is my favorite. But I certainly say one thing: the world in the books. The world is known and unknown, beautiful and ugly, cured and humane, real and fictional. Anyway I really like to read old stories. For example: Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs, Beauty and the Beast, Cinderella ...
I love to read it because that always have happy the end. The old story, which is teaching me so many lessons, makes me feel exited. Forever, it tells us if you do the right thing you will get the good thing. Also, those make me believe in the true loves that like the princess and the prince when they fault in love with someone who is not aristocracy.
The old story shows people the way to have a virtuous life. It makes my soul be generous for everyone.
In conclusions, I love to read old story and I wish my life will be one of the beautiful scene of those story. I love happy ending.
So your teacher has informed you that a three page paper "On Romeo and Juliet" is due Friday. It is now Thursday night and you haven't even begun. You have no idea where to start.
Writing an "A" essay, easily and quickly, is all about asking the right questions. If your teacher has given you a fairly broad assignment, like the one above, the first rule you need understand is that summaries will no longer cut it. Teachers and professors don't want to see that you understand the plot of a story. That was your 4th grade teacher. High school and college is more about analyzing themes (big picture ideas from a story that are applicable to real life) and an author's literary merit (as in, what kind of techniques are used to accomplish the goal).
When tackling a generic essay assignment, the best place to begin is to create a theme statement. This is a one sentence statement that explains something the author is trying to convey about life, the world, humanity, or something else, through the story. Asking and answering the right questions will guide you into writing a proper theme statement, which can then become a great thesis statement (you know, that magical sentence in your introduction that defines your entire essay).
Yeah, great, I get that. But how do I start?