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Wednesday, October 09, 2019


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Thank you so much Simon :)

It is very useful, thank you, Simon

Great post Simon!
So, don't we require to repeat the main ideas in the conclusion? If I use only one idea for each body paragraph, I mean 2 ideas for the whole essay, should I indicate my ideas in the introduction and conclusion?

I am referring to your essay on 'too many choices' where you mentioned the main ideas i.e. the internet and globalization in the introduction. I'm still a bit unsure whether it is acceptable to give the general response like X has a positive impact or a detrimental effect on Y in the introduction and conclusion.

I'd highly appreciate if you could shed some light on this point.


Sometimes I mention the main ideas in the conclusion, but usually I just summarise my overall 'position'. Both ways are fine.

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