You would finish by concluding about, for example, the importance of the state of affairs in contributing to the consequences you have discussed. Your introduction would therefore introduce the text(s).You would then follow this with a series of comments that analyse and evaluate the text(s) given. While they all have slightly different stages in their overall structure, they all share a basic structure.
Regards, Arvin Hello Arvin, I'm afraid none of us on the team know the answer to your question.
I've also done some looking around online and haven't managed to find specific-enough information anywhere else, either.
You would finish by concluding about, for example, the importance of the factors you have discussed.
In a consequential , you discuss the facts that result from a state of affairs.
The link to contact experts also does not deal with educational questions.
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You would then analyse and evaluate it to show where it is weak and propose a better alternative.
Factorial , you would start by describing the state of affairs you are interested in.
You would then explain and discuss the evidence and different points of view regarding the issue.
You would finish by comparing and contrasting the different arguments and making a choice - your final position.