One of the easiest ways to start writing is to ask yourself a question, and then answer it in following paragraphs.
And, one of the many ways reporters interview people is to start with a “who, what, when, where, why, or how” question.
For instance, if you want to write a report on Benjamin Franklin, your first sentence might be “What did Franklin do before he was a printer?” or “How did Franklin begin his career in Philadelphia?”
You’ll often see stories begin with a question sentence. Some of the most popular columns in magazines are question-answer features.
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