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structures of the essay
« on: March 16, 2014, 11:26:43 PM »
As an EFL learner, I have learned the structure of well-written essay for a long time.


Good thesis and body paragraphs are very important, but writing a good conclusion could give very good impression to the readers in the end.


Conclusion should be brief, but very clear by reminding the readers the main idea of the essay.


Therefore, it is VERY IMPORTANT  to elaborate the thesis statement trying not to use the repetitive vocabularies that was used for the introduction paragraph.


Moreover, the main idea of the essay should be able to be expanded to externally.  In other words, more people should be able to think of the idea in different situation.


I found a simple but helpful link for the general idea of writing conclusion.




http://www.writing.ucsb.edu/faculty/donelan/concl.html