Writing a good essay involves the sort of verbal craftsmanship which can only come from long periods of hard practice.
There is no short-cut to success and no foolproof formula to follow.
Sure, you’ll tell your potential customers about the balcony that leads off the master bedroom, the distance to the beach, and the amenities of the town in which the properties are located.
But your customers will also want to know other details: can they let the property while they’re not using it, for example?
If you’ve been paying attention you may have seen that we’ve already mentioned “rhetoric” a couple of times so far in this post – and this is no accident.
You can’t really talk about essay conclusions without talking about rhetoric.
An essay conclusion needs to use rhetoric to emotionally connect with the reader in some way.
And this is done through the use of certain language and the way the information is presented.
But rhetoric is one of the oldest scholarly disciplines in the world.
In Classical societies – and in fact right up to the beginning of the twentieth century – it was considered one of the most important disciplines throughout Western society.