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How do I write a strong introduction?

Your introduction is one of the most important parts of the essay. it is the first thing which the examiner or your teacher will read and it is what sets the tone for the rest of the essay. For these reasons it is vital that the introduction is well structured and 'catchy'. Your introduction should outline the body of the essay include an interesting relevant fact and be directly linked to the concolusion. If there is a relevant quote - these help add authenticity to your essay and sparks interest with the reader.

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