Essay Conclusion Rules

Have you ever tried to wrap a present without tape?

It’s no easy task, but it can be done with a bit of dexterity, patience, and lots of ribbon.

Okay, by now you should have a strong introduction complete with a hook and a thesis statement.

You should also have the body of your essay written, or at least outlined.

Consider any ideas you may have skirted around but didn’t make a direct statement about.

Then, answer those questions in a clear and concise manner in your conclusion. Most likely it’s something like a statistic, short anecdote, quote, or surprising fact.

This is because I wanted to include enough details to tie up any loose ends.

If I had just simply restated the thesis statement, the reader might wonder how wrapping a gift shows that you care about someone, or how gift wrapping makes a present look nice.

These two options are merely suggestions, and you can end your conclusion however you feel is best.

The point is to make sure that the reader stays hooked until the very end.


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