In paragraph, you need parenthesis, the author's last name, and the page number. It should look something like this: (Anderson 86)
A good paragraph should have one main thesis sentence. All sentences should pertain to that one thought. All sentences should be complete. The paragraph should convey one main point.
I think you should make a list of all the reassons why u think your friendly and then use that list to write your paragraph for example you could say I'm friendly because I like to meet new people and so on and u could use that to
To develop your ideas, you list them.
<Ctrl>+<Spacebar> only resets the font characteristics within the paragraph. It does not change any paragraph characteristics you may have set by hand (such as via the Home tab ribbon), such as alignment, bullets/numbering, borders, or indents. To revert to the paragraph style characteristics, you have to click the paragraph style name again, and even then things might not be exactly right. For example, if you were in a numbered list, and you click the numbered list style again, the paragraph you are resetting may turn into a list of its own (and have its own number and space before or after it). To fix, highlight the entire list and click the style for that list. Although I cannot at the moment reproduce it, sometimes when I am trying to reset the paragraph style (per above), Word asks me if I want to save to a new Quick Style. Just say no!
A conclusion. It is attached to the essay itself as the final paragraph. The bibliography is a list of the sources you used in your paper.