I need a writer to answer to all these questions in a separate piece of document and make changes to my draft to a final research paper.MLA Formatting1. Is the paper formatted using MLA? (double spaced, written in a 12 point, Times NewRoman font, etc.?)Organization2. Does the introduction provide enough context information for the reader to understandthe topic? If not, make a note, such as more background info needed.3. Find the thesis statement. If there is no thesis, make a note; if the thesis is unclear, makea note. Is the scope of the thesis narrow enough for a paper of this size?4. Find the topic sentence of each paragraph. Does the topic sentence effectively introducethe topic of the paragraph? If not, make a note.5. Are the paragraphs unified? In other words, do the details in each body paragraph relateto the topic sentence of that body paragraph? If not, make a note.6. Are the ideas raised in each paragraph fully developed? Are they clear?7. Do all the details in the essay support the thesis statement? If not, where in the essay dochanges need to be made?8. Does the conclusion summarize the main points and restate the thesis?Sources and Citations9. Is each quotation integrated into the writers sentences? Is each quotation relevant to thepoint it supports?10. Are there any details,paraphrases, or examples that require an in-text citation? Did youread anything and think, “Hmmm, where did that information come from?”11. Where would be a good place for a quotation or a paraphrase to act as support for animportant point, if there is no cited support already?12. Does the in-text citation lead clearly to an entry on the Works Cited page?Grammar, Spelling, and Mechanics13. Check the grammar (fragments, run-ons, comma splices, modifier errors, etc.). If you finda mistake, you don’t have to correct it, just point it out; label the error if you can. If thereis something that you just don’t understand, or are not sure about, identify the confusingpart, and add a question mark.14. If you see other errors, such as punctuation, capitalization, spelling, etc., by all means,point them out.Style15. Check the point of view of the writing. Does the writer write in the third person or usethe first person with purpose? Second person should be avoided, so if it is used, make anote.16. Does the writer write in present tense? If not, make a note.Essay Strengths17. Name some of the essays strengths. Be specific.18. Name some strong words/phrases the essay uses.19. What did you learn from the essay?