FCE Writing an Article (Structure)

Match the paragraphs on the left with the descriptions on the right. The tiles in the right-hand column are sortable. ANSWERS
  • First Paragraph
  • Second Paragraph
  • Third Paragraph
  • Fourth Paragraph
  • In this paragraph you should present the topic in detail, including an explanation of the cause and result of the event.
  • This paragraph is probably the most important part of the paper. It ties everything together up nicely in the end.
  • Start with a catchy opening line to hook the readers. You could ask the reader a question or make a strong statement.
  • A short eye-catching headline that introduces the topic of the article. Use the present simple tense to describe events which have occurred very recently.