LOL. OK. Generally all writings consist of
-What is the topic?
-What are relevant issues regarding this topic?
-Any example of situation(s) regarding this topic?
-You can exaggerate but do not beyond what is acceptable. Just make something sound a little bit more important/interesting that it really is if you run out of ideas.
- Don't put too much time thinking to make a flowery/attractive intro. From experience, I don't think they care about intro so much as your points. Once, I wrote an entire page of introduction and two short paragraphs of main points which were underdeveloped so I got only 44 out of 90. The second time I took it, I wrote a shorter intro and managed to complete the essay. I got 50 over or 60 over.
2. Main Points (Include at least 3 for MUET)
-This one you have to think for yourself. Just ask yourself how does the topic affect you, if it's related to issues like government, parenting, teachers, education.
- Actually for any issues at all, it's best you relate to it unless you already have the points in your head.
-For all essays it usually involves a few parties i.e -Government/NGO
Get your answers there but yes, there are questions where this frame cannot be used.
3 . Conclusion.
-Summarize what you have said. Add in a line or two to reiterate your points.
To study for essay writing in a short time, I suggest you get yourself many exercise books and read the answers. See how the author approaches the topic at hand. Best done before reading answers is to draft a simple outline of the essay.
Actually my grammar knowledge = 0 too. I have no idea what is a noun, adjective bla bla bla.
If you are referring to a frame meaning ;
This is ---- good ---- boy ---- mother --- governmet
You wanna fill up empty spaces, the no, no one can come up with that for MUET.
governmet is wrong..
government is correct...