You could write this essay in a couple different ways. The point is to take an argumentative stance and then provide research for your stance.
These are some ways you could go, based on your opinion:
a) that subliminal messages are picked up by our senses, meaning they are real and do affect behavior
b) that subliminal messages are not picked up by our senses and do not affect behavior
If you're not sure which stance to take, just do some general googling of subliminal messages and whether they're real & affect behavior.
Once you find your position, start researching specifically for that. Remember that this is argumentative- you're taking a position- so you want to have real facts as support. Use reputable sites (look for .edu, .org, .gov instead of .com).
Craft your thesis, which is the main claim you're making. This will go in the introduction of your essay.
A basic thesis may go like:
Subliminal messages are/are not real, and they have/do not have an effect on behavior. (You would pick between belief or nonbelief).
Once you have your thesis, you can start organizing your information around it and write the essay!
A good summary collects the main ideas of the paragraph in a short, faithful manner to the original text.
Here are the main ideas of this text: * Private insurance is not available for people with high-risk conditions. * Health care copays are expensive for people with insurance * These reasons cause often health crisis that could be prevented. * Existance of global insurance could prevent these serious health conditions by making care affordable and efficent.
Then, the next step is to connect these sentences cohesively.
Private insurance is mostly not available for people with high-risk conditions. Moreover, it's also expensive for people who can afford it. These result in frequent health crisis situations that could have been prevented. A better health care can be achieved by offering a universal health system that makes affordable and efficient care.
A demonstrative pronoun demonstrates where something is. That is used for a singular item which is far away. This is used for a singular item which is close. Those is used for plural items which are far away. These are used for plural items which are close. In this sentence "that" is being used as a demonstrative pronoun. It can stand alone since it is used as the subject of the verb "was".
The sentence "John wants that record" uses "that" as a demonstrative adjective. It comes directly before the noun "record" and demonstrates which record it is.