How do you describe the structure of an essay?

Parts of a Paragraph In an essay, a paragraph discusses one idea in detail that supports the thesis of the essay. Each paragraph in the body of the paper should include a topic sentence, supporting details to support the topic sentence, and a concluding sentence.

How do you describe describing words?

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How do you describe what someone said?

Other words for ‘said’ can indicate: Volume (e.g. yelled, shouted, bellowed, screamed, whispered) Tone or pitch (e.g. shrieked, groaned, squeaked) Emotion (e.g. grumbled, snapped, sneered, begged)

Who says or who said?

Let me tell you, though, that Sprache’s advice is good: use “Who says so?” That’s a normal question in the situation that you described. The singular “who” symbolizes any person who says so. I’d save the plural for situations where your listener is sure that you are referring to many different people.