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  • 1. Understanding Paragraphs What is a paragraph?
  • 2. A basic unit of written English. A group of sentences that has one main idea. A part of an essay. A Paragraph is ...
  • 3. Essays or Chapters Paragraphs Sentences Words Books
  • 4. A Topic Sentence ( Introduction ) Supporting Sentences ( Discussion ) A Concluding Sentence ( Conclusion ) The parts of a paragraph
  • 5. Supporting Sentences A Concluding Sentence A Topic Sentence A Paragraph Burger
  • 6. A Topic Sentence A paragraph A Concluding Sentence An Essay    Introduction    Concluding A Supporting Sentence A Supporting Sentence A Supporting Sentence A Supporting Sentence    Paragraph ①    Paragraph ②   Paragraph ③    Paragraph ④
  • 7. Indent the first word of each paragraph. Begin each sentences with a capital letter. Do not start each new sentence on a new line. Rules of a paragraph form
  • 8. There are three reasons why Britain is one of the best countries in the world. First, Britain has an excellent transport system. Second, Britain has a high standard of education. Students are taught by well-trained teachers and are encouraged to continue studying at university. Finally, Britain's cities are clean and efficiently managed. As a result, Britain is a desirable place to live.
  • 9. Understanding Paragraphs