Writing Introductions. Introductions. A strong introduction to an essay should be . . . Engaging (being with a ‘hook’) Informative Contain at least 5 to 7 sentences End with a clear and compelling Thesis Statement. 3 ways to begin introductions . . . . 1) Begin with a question. Examples:
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