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An outline is a great way to organize your thoughts and research if you’re preparing a speech, an essay, a novel, or even a study guide. This wikiHow will teach you how to write one.

1. Write your topic or thesis statement, if you have one. More ↓
2. Order your main subtopics using Roman numerals. ↓
3. Add at least 2 subpoints in each subtopic using capital letters. ↓
4. Expand with subpoints using lowercase letters. ↓
5. Add layers if necessary with lowercase Roman numerals. ↓
6. Don't forget the conclusion, if you have one. ↓

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Watching reruns of Star Trek: Voyager and working on paper proofs. I"ve forgotten how kickass Captain Janeway is.

While he lost those, he fought them to the end not sure how that makes him a bitch

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You could also try and get a journal to write about how you feel that could help a boy to get your thoughts out of your head onto paper -

My God! How many millions of trees that were killed to make the amount of paper to print all of that! Basically if his mouth is open? Lying!

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How politics would work better

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An outline is a great way to organize your thoughts and research if you’re preparing a speech, an essay, a novel, or even a study guide. This wikiHow will teach you how to write one.

1. Write your topic or thesis statement, if you have one. More ↓
2. Order your main subtopics using Roman numerals. ↓
3. Add at least 2 subpoints in each subtopic using capital letters. ↓
4. Expand with subpoints using lowercase letters. ↓
5. Add layers if necessary with lowercase Roman numerals. ↓
6. Don''t forget the conclusion, if you have one. ↓

It depends what you re writing about. Say you re writing about bananas: - is it a persuasive essay? ("I think people should eat bananas because.") - is it a compare-and-contrast essay? ("Bananas are better than oranges because.") - is it an expository essay? ("Bananas were first discovered and cultivated when.") - is it a cause-and-effect essay? ("If you eat bananas, this is what will happen.") - is it a narrative essay? ("One day in school, I ate a banana, and suddenly.") - is is an analysis essay? ("Bananas contain protein, potassium, and.") - it is a classification essay? ("Bananas belong to the following species.") Here are some simple, basic essay outline examples: http://www.teachervision.fen.com/writing/essays/1779.html http://www.professays.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/Essay-Outline-Sample.gif

PAPER CLIPS? That"s fucking BRILLIANT, I"m yelling, I"m doing this next time I run out of pins

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Got my wristband 4 today, and I love how the paper included, without saying it, implies no 1 who lives outside the bubble is going

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I"m done with writing for tonight! I have no idea how much i wrote since I"m writing on a paper but i feel like i will write twice as much