A thesis statement is an important part of introduction and the essay in general, so it should never be neglected.
The thesis statement should reveal the main idea of the essay in a concise format.
Although it is an obligatory part of the introduction, never make your thesis statement the opening sentence of your essay.
It is a good idea to place it at the end of the introductory paragraph so it serves as a transition to the main body of the essay.
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