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i need a help.. :) i can give you a medal.. please help me..
the easiest way witch i use is quickly going over what your main (body) paragraphs were about.
ahm.. i mean is.. the paragraph endings or the concluding paragraph has a method .. eh I don't know what are they? did you know the methods?
let me do a little of reserch ill be right back
ahh. .okay. :) thank you ^_^
ok so what is the promt like persuasive or discriptive
ahm.. actually, i don't know.. :( sorry?
its ok ill look at a couple and bring back ale of the repitive qualities
thank you.. :) okay :P
It is a good idea to recapitulate what you said in your Thesis Statement in order to suggest to your reader that you have accomplished what you set out to accomplish. It is also important to judge for yourself that you have, in fact, done so. If you find that your thesis statement now sounds hollow or irrelevant — that you haven't done what you set out to do — then you need either to revise your argument or to redefine your thesis statement. Don't worry about that; it happens to writers all the time. They have argued themselves into a position that they might not have thought of when they began their writing. Writing, just as much as reading, is a process of self discovery. Do not, in any case, simply restate your thesis statement in your final paragraph, as that would be redundant. Having read your essay, we should understand this main thought with fresh and deeper understanding, and your conclusion wants to reflect what we have learned.
ahm.. thankyou sir .. but I think that it's not the correct answer..
@jonathanvaldes98 ,, is that right that when you are going to write your introduction paragraph, it will start with these: quotation, example, definition, description, situational statement, anecdote, familiar incidents ?
i think so