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texasoutlaw10

  • one year ago

in a autobiographical writing, when would you include a bridge to the present in your conclusion?

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  1. jagatuba
    • one year ago
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    Not really sure about this one, but I would guess that you would use a bridge to the present if current events or situations were directly linked to your past. For example: [Main part of the conclusion] Therefore, the lessons that my father taught me made me a more confident man, supportive husband, and doting father. [Rest of the conclusions that discusses the present].

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