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How to Write an Article Conclusion

How an article ends is as important as how it begins — maybe more

How to Write a Conclusion for an Article How an article ends is as important as it begins — and maybe more
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Think of your favorite movie or book. How does it end? The ones that end with a satisfying conclusion are often more memorable than ones that whimper to a close or end with a “What happened?” response from the audience. Some endings stay with us forever. For example, the classic 1942 film…

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Patricia Haddock

Patricia Haddock

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