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English is my second language and I'm teaching an Essay class. The other day I was correcting my student's essay and wanted to comment that the organization(Introduction,Body and Conclusion) of his essay was taking shape. So I wrote:

"Your essay is taking shape in the organization."

Is it correct to say it? I wasn't sure if I should put "in" instead of "with". Or is there anything else?

Thanks in advance.
  • James Brandon

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    English + French - UK
    I would say something like:-

    -The way you structure your essays is improving
    -The structure of your essays is improving
    -You are (getting) better at organising (or structuring) your essays
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