In a similar way, you can also elaborate on an event, which can be your memorable experiences such as your trekking trip last year, or a global event such as the tsunami in Japan!
You can also write about your favorite sports activity or emotion such as anger!
For example, if you are writing about your trekking trip, first make an outline and identify at least three significant experiences which you want to describe in the essay such as skiing on the snow, memorable experience during campfire the previous night, feeling when you reached at the peak- your destination. This creates an impact on readers’ mind and builds their interest in reading the essay.
For example, coming back to our ‘Trekking Trip to Himalayas’ essay, a thesis statement can be like this: The second, third and fourth paragraph or even the fifth paragraph is the main body of the essay.
Maybe, some of those movies made an impact on you, maybe they did not.
There are many things that can be described about movies. For example of ‘Trekking Trip to the Himalayas’, in the first paragraph of the main body, write about how hiking expeditions bring you close to nature, write about the destination and unknown facts about the Himalayas, your skiing experiences, your campfire memories etc. The last paragraph of the main body should also include the skill set required for hiking and what quality one can develop being in such expeditions. Concluding paragraph should complement the thesis statement and summarize the events mentioned in the main body in an effective manner. Readers should come to note that the essay is about to end and the message should be clearly highlighted in last concluding paragraph. Read it again or ask some friend to read it and invite suggestion. You may find some correction related to grammars, you may also encounter some repetitive facts which you can rectify and you may also recollect something which you missed to include. Though reading your own writings may sometime look unexciting, but it is very much recommended to have a final touch on the content. • A person • An object • An event • An activity • An emotion If you choose to write an essay on a person, this can be anyone such as a friend, relative, a known personality or a fictional character. You can also choose to write on an object or a place such as a school, your favorite animal, mountain or your city. • Re-read your article and refine with respect to grammar and vocabulary by following. Movies: You have definitely watched a lot of movies.