In this lesson, you should have learned…

  1. what the aims of writing an introduction are.
  2. that you should give an indication of what you are going to write about and give a general statement about the topic in the first sentence.
  3. that you should not give a brief history of the topic, write too many words, use vocabulary from the question if avoidable write overused introductory phrases.
  4. that there are three steps to consider when writing an introduction (keywords, rephrasing & giving balance and direction).
  5. some of the common errors you should avoid when writing an introduction.
  6. how an introduction should be presented in a complete essay.

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