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What are the basic guidelines for creating an effective conclusion in a essay?
Basic guidelines for writing a Conclusion are as follows: 1)Summerize what you have said in the body of your essay 2)Restate your main idea 3)Finalize-give one more example of your main idea 4)Comment on or give a personal reaction to the topic 5)End the essay with a quote that sums up or comments on the topic Read more: How to Write an Effective Conclusion for an Essay | eHow.com
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Basic guidelines for writing a Conclusion are as follows: 1)Summerize what you have said in the body of your essay 2)Restate your main idea 3)Finalize-give one more example of your main idea 4)Comment on or give a personal reaction to the topic 5)End the essay with a quote that sums up or comments on the topic Read more: How to Write an Effective Conclusion for an Essay | eHow.com
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