As somebody that writes for a living, I understand that there are times when particular essay writing tasks can seem long and drawn-out affairs. This applies in particular if you’re not satisfied with your ability to put thoughts to paper and come up with an essay that not only makes debate but also gets you the grade that you’re watching. Something else to consider about is that depending on the style of the article you may be very limited in how you can write which further confuses matters and may even tempt you to give up entirely.
That said, you may be wondering whether or not you can use standard language in your essay paper. By mutual language I mean word that is typically employed in social settings and sayings that you would here for instance on TV. In short, you may be wanting to use the vernacular in your paper. But have you considered whether or not the type of essay paper you are writing lends itself to this? Naturally, you’re going to have to pay close attention to the standard writing conventions and not use profanity or use location specific statements like that can tend to confuse your readers and found them all at the same time. The last thing you want is to have the reader not understand the point you’re trying to make because you used, for instance, a baseball analogy and they’ve never played or watched the game.
Of course, with some styles of essay paper, such as argumentative or narrative, you can be more creative in the way you write. Particularly in the narrative type of article, your readers will be looking for your voice not just a collection of facts and figures. However, if you’ve been tasked with writing an expository or entirely research centered paper, then there can be no place for this language, as you are trying to show and described a particular thought or theory without offering your opinions on it. Consider also, that the flexibility you are given in what language you use is also dictated by the person you are writing for, typically your Professor. It is a delicate balance that you may need to strike, especially if you want to retain your voice and write in such a way that your reader enjoys the essay as well.