If you want to say something that does not go with the main idea of your essay, you should
A. leave it out
B. write a special paragraph that tells the reader you are taking a detour for a moment
C. find a way to work it into your conclusion
D. enclose the unrelated sentence or paragraph in parentheses so the reader knows it's a side topic
If one wants to say something that does not relate with the main idea of the essay they are writing, they should leave it out. This is because including something that does not connect to the essay may result in one being irrelevant and may lose points.
If one wants to say something that does not relate with the main idea of the essay they are writing, they should leave it out. This is because one may be irrelevant by deviating from the main idea, which may result in them being unclear or failing to convince the reader if it is a persuasive essay.
Leaving out anything that does not relate to the main idea being discussed in an essay is the best option to be taken. This is because it will prevent the main idea from being weakened or deviated from and ensures that all essay points are objective and relevant in the essay.