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It's easiest to order your ideas when you've • A. completed your research. • B. collected feedback from as many people as possible. • C. developed an outline of your ideas. • D. written a clear and specific thesis statement.
It is easiest to order your ideas when you have: written a clear and specific thesis statement.
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It is easiest to order your ideas when you have: written a clear and specific thesis statement.
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Which of the following statements about writing introductions and conclusions is true? • A. Always write the introduction first and the conclusion last. • B. If you're writing a research paper, you don't need an introduction or a conclusion. • C. If you have trouble beginning with the introduction, write the body paragraphs first. • D. Always write the body paragraphs and the conclusion before going back to write the introduction.
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The following statements about writing introductions and conclusions is true: They work to book-end the argument made in the body paragraphs by first explaining what points will be made (in the introduction) and then summarizing what points were made (in the conclusion).

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Always write the introduction first and the conclusion last statement about writing introductions and conclusions is true.
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After conducting interviews, you must determine • A. how to add all the information to your paper. • B. when you'll finish the planning stage of research. • C. if your topic is appropriate. • D. how the information you've obtained fits in with your own ideas.
Weegy: After conducting interviews, you must determine: how the information you have obtained fits in with your own ideas. (More)
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Which of the following are good methods of sorting out ideas that you want to use in a paper? • A. Get rid of the bigger ideas and focus on the examples and illustrations. • B. Pick which ideas go in the introduction, the body, and the conclusion. • C. Put all ideas into your outline regardless of how similar they are. • D. Get rid of ideas that don't fit and group similar items together.
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Pick which ideas go in the introduktion, the body, and the conclusion. - are good methods of sorting out ideas that you want to use in a paper.


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An idea that's intended to make the reader take notice and want to read on is called a • A. point of view. • B. presentation. O C. hook. • D. summary.
Weegy: An idea that's intended to make the reader take notice and want to read on is called a: HOOK. (More)
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