1. Write about the problem or the relevant causes of the problem. Always provide reasons and examples.
2. In this type of essay, not only should you discuss your solutions to the problem or cause of the problem, but you should also write about the results or the effects of your solutions.
3. Keep in mind that the solutions you suggest should address the problem/causes of the problem, then explain how your solutions could have practical implications in life. Also, give examples for the consequences you have mentioned.
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