“Keep in mind, don’t use strong English or hard words just keep it simple.” Plea

“Keep in mind, don’t use strong English or hard words just keep it simple.”
Please write a descriptive essay on the following topic:
Jetlag. Jet lag is a circadian rhythm sleep-wake disorder that occurs when your 24-hour internal clock, known as your circadian rhythm, does not match the local day-night cycle. Jet leg generally happens when a person travels east or west across three or more time zones. For example, if you fly from Los Angeles to New York and arrive at 8 p.m., your body might still operate as if it’s in L.A. at 5 p.m. This jet lag can cause you to stay up later than you’d like, sleep at odd hours, or feel more tired than usual, among other symptoms.
Please discuss in FOUR paragraphs of the descriptive essay to discuss two issues related to jetlag. In the fourth, conclusion, paragraph share with the reader your views and recommendations.
Use Times New Roman font 12 in your paragraphs’ writing:
Write the essay with cause and effect referring to advantages and disadvantages.
The Intro paragraph must include four main components/sentences: Intro, Hook, Topic, and Conclusion/Summary. You may put the sentences as a list at first. Then combine them to draft a paragraph. You may add extra explanatory sentences to those four main ones.
The organization of the introduction paragraph is as follows:
Intro sentence
Hook Sentence
Topic Sentence
Conclusion/Summary Sentence
The organization of the body paragraphs is as follow:
Write the TWO body paragraphs. The first body paragraph presents the importance of fashion. The second paragraph presents the unimportance of fashion. Remember to write the intro sentence in each paragraph. The intro sentence defines or explains the topic sentence’s specific point. These two body paragraphs present merely facts, NOT your opinion.
The organization of the conclusion paragraphs is as follow:
Write a conclusion paragraph with the following directions:
A summary begins with an introductory sentence that states the text’s title, author, and the main point of the text as you see it.
A summary is written in your own words.
A summary contains only the ideas of the original text. Do not insert any of your own opinions, interpretations, deductions, or comments into a summary.
Identify in order the significant sub-claims the author uses to defend the main point.
Cite each passage by first signaling the work and the author, put “quotation marks” around the passage you chose and put the number of the paragraph where the passages can be found immediately after the passage.
Using source material from the essay is important. Why? Because defending claims with the source material are what you will be asked to do when writing papers for your college professors.
Write the last sentence/s that “wraps” up your summary; often a simple rephrasing of the main point that cites your recommendation or reached result from the above facts.

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