Writing Solid Papers

When you write an essay that stays true to its original form, shape, and structure, you have a paper that is solid. When the paper is solid, it has easily collectable parts and facts are credible and verifiable. It is also clear that you have built the paper on a firm foundation, on a strong thesis. On the other hand, when you write a paper that has no shape or structure, one in particular that deviates from the main points, then you have a paper that is in liquid form. With the right ingredients combined with the liquid, you can transform the paper into a solid piece of work.

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