How do I create an effective conclusion?
In this lesson, we'll get to finish our piece of non-fiction writing by bringing it to a conclusion. To help us, we're going to learn how to include minor sentences or fragments. Commonly seen as errors, we're going to learn to 'break the rules' to use minor sentences which create a final conclusion that calls your audience to action.
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