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How do you write a topic sentence for a single body paragraph that supports your thesis?

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well it depends on what you are writing about. usually it talks about what you will be talking about in the paragraph or it introduces the paragraph
Ok it is about comparing the story Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keys and the movie, Charly directed by Ralph Nelson.
just come up with a sentence that explains what you will be talking about. i cannot give you a sentence because i have never read those books.

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Ok What do you think it should be about? Here I will give you a little summary of each First, Flowers for Algernon there is a man whose real name is Charles, who tries everything possible to get smarter. And then the movie, Charly, a man named Charlie Gordon isn’t smart as other people, and to get smarter he was selected to receive a surgery called artificial intelligence.
well lets try to think of something based on the fact that in both stories then men were trying to become smarter.
They are both the same man
From both the story and the movie
oh so its just a movie version of the story?
or am i wrong here?
I'm done with the first paragraph
It is both the movie and the story, I am supposed to compare them and have to write it in MLA format.
ok
that should be easy how many paragraphs do you need?
3
One is already done
ok then one should be a run down of the gerneral story second paragraph should be similarities third should be differences
Here I will tell u the format that I have to follow 1. Intro Paragraph 2. Only Body Paragraph 3. Conclusion Paragraph
oh ok that puts a twist on things
And these notes contain nothing hazardous like viruses
hmm i dont download files
It doesn't work on your PC or Mac
Ok then I will think of something and then tell you so then u can give me ur opinion
no its just i dont trust files like that
ok sounds good
Alright That is totally fine by me
Do you want to see my thesis?
um you can send a screenshot
Because in the notes for body paragraph it says that my topic sentence has to support my thesis and tell what the body paragraph is about I can't take a screenshot on my PC, I will copy and paste my thesis for you to see.
Both the book, Flowers for Algernon, and the movie, Charly are similar in ways, I believe that Charly goes more into depth than does Flowers for Algernon.
This is my edit take it or leave it ^_^ ---------------------------------------------------------- Both the book, Flowers for Algernon, and the movie, Charly are similar in ways. I believe that Charly goes further into depth than Flowers for Algernon does.
Alright I like that a little bit more than mine. Are you very good at Grammar and Writing?
on a scale of 1-10 i would rate my self as an 8.5 ^_^ not the best but good
Ok I rate myself on that same scale as a 7.5
ok well yah. it seems like you are doing well. if you need help let me know.
Ok Thx

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