Introductions and conclusions can be the most difficult parts of writing, but also the most important.
The IntroductionIntroductions attract readers’ attention, compel them to continue, and establish a thesis that is explored throughout the piece.
Questions to Ask to Get Started Writing an Introduction
Tips for Writing an Introduction
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The ConclusionConclusions present a strong final impression, ask readers to take action, invite further research, and resolve your argument.
Questions to Ask to Get Started Writing a Conclusion
Tips for Writing a Conclusion