Can some proof my essay?





The First trial began on March 27, 1962. Tituba, Parris’s Indian slave out of fear, admitted taking part in witchcraft. However, Both Sarah Good and Osborne stayed true to their innocence until the day they died. Two hundred people were accused with practicing with craft. Neighbors began to accuse their own neighbors, for witch craft. If anything suspicious happened, a person would be accused for practicing with craft. These whole accusations went on for a while. 19 people were eventually hanged, which included Sarah Good. 17 people died as their awaiting trial. It is still unclear what really caused the Salem’s witchcraft trials due to many reasons. However, it can be summed up that the Salem’s witchcraft was influenced by family feuds, religion, fears of people, and other reasons. Puritans believed in witch crafts and their ability to harm others. All three women who were accused, were all some how weird, according to the community. Sarah Osborne had not attended church in over a year. (This was a Puritan Sin). Sarah Good was a homeless lady who went begging door to door. And Tituba was Parris’s Slave. After the trials were over, there were still problems occurring. Many people remained in jail, due to not having sufficient money to pay their bails. I believe the Salem with craft trial should have never taken place. The whole event put many people and their families’ life through hell. Innocent people were hanged and their lives were shortening, all because of nothing serious. These two girls caused many issues which affected the Puritan community and this event will forever be remembered. Such injustices activities such as the Salem witchcraft should be prevented because it can led to more than what it should have.



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2 Responses to “Can some proof my essay?”

  1. knotted says:

    I made a star by the corrections I made:The First trial began on March 27, 1962. Tituba, Parris’s Indian slave*, out of fear, admitted taking part in witchcraft. However, *both Sarah Good and Osborne stayed true to their innocence until the day they died. Two hundred people were accused *of practicing *witchcraft. Neighbors began to accuse their own neighbors *of witchcraft. If anything suspicious happened, a person would be accused *of practicing withcraft. These * accusations went on for a while. 19 people were eventually hanged, *including Sarah Good. 17 people died *awaiting their trial. It is still unclear what really caused the *Salem witch trials. However, it can be summed up that *witchcraft accusations were influenced by family feuds, religion, fears of people * and other reasons. Puritans believed in *witchcraft and *its ability to harm others. All three women who were accused* were all some how weird, according to the community. Sarah Osborne had not attended church in over a year,* which was a sin to Puritains. Sarah Good was a homeless lady who went begging door to door. *Tituba was a person of color and a slave. After the trials were over, there were still problems occurring. Many people remained in jail *because they did not have sufficient money to pay their bails. I believe the Salem withcraft trials should have never taken place. The whole event put many people, and their *families, through hell. Innocent people were hanged and their lives were *shortened, all because of *false accusations and mass hysteria. These two girls*** (see below) caused many issues which affected the Puritan community and this event will forever be remembered. Such injustices * such as the Salem *witch trials should be prevented because it can *lead to unnecessary tragedies.Notes:I changed a few things around for a quick improvement (misplaced commas, awkward sentences, etc.) ***The part about the two girls– you didn’t introduce them earlier or talk about them at all. The reader would be wondering, “What two girls?” You might want to insert a paragraph, or at least a sentence somewhere in the beginning, about the two lying girls whose accusations started a tragic domino effect.

  2. npixels says:

    The First trial began on March 27, 1962, Tituba. Parris’s Indian slave out of fear admitted taking part in witchcraft. However, both Sarah Good and Osborne stayed true to their innocence until the day they died. Two hundred people were accused with practicing witchcraft. People began to accuse their own neighbors, for witchcraft. If anything suspicious happened, a person would be accused for practicing witchcraft. These whole accusations went on for a while. Nineteen people were eventually hanged, which included Sarah Good. Seventeen people died as their awaiting trial. It is still unclear what really caused the Salem’s witchcraft trials due to many reasons. However, it can be summed up that the Salem’s witchcraft was influenced by family feuds, religion, fears of people, et cetera. Puritans believed in witchcraft and their ability to harm others. All three women who were accused were all weird, according to the community. For example, Sarah Osborne had not attended church in over a year which was a Puritan Sin. Also Sarah Good was a homeless lady who went begging door to door and Tituba was Parris’s Slave. After the trials were over, there were still problems occurring. Plenty of the town’s citizens remained in jail, due to the fact that they did not have sufficient money to pay their bails. I believe the Salem witchcraft trial should have never taken place. The whole event put people and their families’ life through hell. Innocent people were hung and their lives were shortening, all because of nothing serious. These two girls caused many issues which affected the Puritan community and this event will forever be remembered. The injustices activities such as the Salem witchcraft should be prevented because it can led to more than what it should have.p.s – what grade are you in? cause i am in grade 11 and for my essay i need to have thesis statements, introduction, atleast 3 bodies and a conclusion but depending on your teacher and grade you do not need them