The sample essays in this course are aimed at that level.
However, the principles discussed in the lessons are practical for writers of any level.
The sample essays in this module are also representative of an intermediate-level writer.
Write a cause/effect essay appropriate for your own English level.
In this module, you'll learn what this type of essay is and how to structure it.
Then, you'll look at some examples and practice writing your own compare/contrast essay.In this course, you'll learn all about academic essay writing and, specifically, how to write three types of essays: compare/contrast, cause/effect, and argument.To pass this course, you need to pass all four quizzes and pass all three writing assignments.Just remember to follow the advice given in the lessons.In this last module, you'll learn how to write the most common type of college essay.After completing this course, you will be able to: - create effective thesis statements for your essays - plan and write compare/contrast, cause/effect, and argument essays - write well-developed body paragraphs Note: The lectures and practice activities are available for free, but you must upgrade to the pay version in order to take the quizzes and get feedback on writing assignments.This is the second course in the Academic English: Writing specialization.The argument essay is probably the most fun essay to write too.In this one, you will try to convince your reader to believe your argument or position on some controversial topic.Make sure you take notes so you will remember these tools when you write your essays.Note to learners: this course is designed for learners of English with intermediate English writing skills.