9th Class English Paragraph Practice


Category : 9th Class



Write a paragraph on each the following topics in not more than 250 words.  

1.             A cell phone

2.             A treasured belonging

3.             Your memory of a place that you visited as a child

4.             An embarrassing experience

5.             The breakup of a friendship

6.             The act of heroism or cowardice

7.             A memorable journey

8.             An experience that taught you a lesson

9.             How to develop self-confidence?

10.           The values of science    





  • The first sentence of a paragraph should be a topic sentence and should contain the topic and an opinion on the topic.
  • Write down the subject of your paragraph. To express your subject, write only a word or phrase.
  • Begin by brainstorming. Brainstorming doesn't involve writing complete sentences or paragraphs. Brainstorming involves coming up with ideas using words or short phrases.    





  • Read the word or phrase about the subject of your paragraph. You are going to expand this into the first sentence of your paragraph.
  • This first sentence, which comes at the beginning of a paragraph, is called the topic sentence. Remember that its job is to introduce your paragraph.
  • The body of the paragraph involves words or phrases which made into complete sentences. These sentences explain your topic sentence by offering facts, details, or examples.
  • Remember that the job of your paragraph body is to share an idea with Your reader.        





The three essential parts of a paragraph are:  

1.         The Topic Sentence

  • It is normally the first sentence of the paragraph.
  • It conveys the overall point of the paragraph.
  • It helps the writer focus on the idea written about.
  • It helps the reader know about what the paragraph is all about.  

2.         The Supporting Details

  • They are sentences used to support the main idea stated in the topic sentence.
  • They give more information about the main idea through examples.
  • They say in details what the topic sentence says in general.
  • They should be clear evidence that what the topic sentence says is trustworthy.
  • They should be strong convincing points on which the topic sentence can rely upon.  

3.         The Concluding Sentence

  • It is a reflection of the main idea pronounced in the topic sentence.
  • It sums up what the topic sentence and the supporting details talk about.
  • It is the closing sentence that reminds the readers of what they have to value.
  • It is compulsory for the completion of the paragraph unity.
  • It eventually indicates the end of a paragraph.
  • It prepares he reader for a smooth transition to the next paragraph if there is one.      

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