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In the field of essay writing, as a beginner, it is essential to have ample confidence in your abilities. In addition, to sustain this confidence until you acquire good essay writing skills is extremely important. Therefore, to start with, it is advised that you pick up some easy essay topics and gradually start choosing some difficult ones.

Here is a list of 50 essay topics for the beginners. The topics range from very easy, to easy, to difficult ones. It is advised that you start from the very easy topics and gradually move towards the difficult essay topics. The word limit for these topics is 350—450 words. The list of essay topics for beginners is as follows:

  1. My father/mother/brother/sister/grandfather/grandmother
  2. My pet
  3. My school
  4. My favorite teacher
  5. My city/town/village
  6. My new dress
  7. My favorite dish (food item)
  8. My first train ride
  9. My country
  10. My favorite sports activity/game
  11. My first day at new class/school
  12. My best friend
  13. My favorite book
  14. My favorite hero/heroine/role model
  15. My favorite festival
  16. My favorite destination
  17. An accident
  18. The Republic Day
  19. The Independence Day
  20. A visit to doctor/hospital
  21. A visit to zoo
  22. A visit to hill station
  23. The person I would like to meet
  24. The car/bike I would like to own
  25. The lamppost
  26. The bridge
  27. The night
  28. A picnic with family/friends
  29. The mall/market I visit the most
  30. The school canteen
  31. Our president/prime minister
  32. Our great leader (Mahatma Gandhi, for example)
  33. I want to become…
  34. If I were the teacher of my class
  35. If I were the president/prime minister of my country
  36. If I could visit moon/sun
  37. If I had unlimited money
  38. If there were no computers/Internet
  39. If there were no classrooms
  40. If I owned a restaurant
  41. If there were no traffic jams
  42. Importance of daily exercise
  43. Importance of good manners
  44. Importance of cleanliness
  45. Importance of discipline in life
  46. Importance of good friends/friendship
  47. Advantages and disadvantages of nuclear weapons
  48. Terrorism
  49. Global economy
  50. Women empowerment


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