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How can I get started on writing a cause/effect essay?

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The best way to get started on writing an essay is to clear your mind, then write down all of the words and phrases that come to your head when you think of the broad topic. (Brainstorm). Just write the first things that come to your head without any second thought - even if they seem unrelated. From this list of scattered terms and phrases, choose some words and phrases to expand on - and think of everything you can about those words and phrases.
<br>Now look at all of the words and ...

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