Can we use this in introduction?
The issue with “this is” is that you are referring to yourself in the third person. Fine for introductions of someone else, but not for yourself. Say “I am Joe Doe” or “You have reached Joe Doe” or even just “Joe Doe”. We are over complicating something that is quite simple.
How can I start my introduction sentence?
- Attract the Reader’s Attention. Begin your introduction with a “hook” that grabs your reader’s attention and introduces the general topic.
- State Your Focused Topic. After your “hook”, write a sentence or two about the specific focus of your paper.
- State your Thesis. Finally, include your thesis statement.
How do you write a broad introduction?
- 10 tips for writing an effective introduction to original research papers.
- Start broadly and then narrow down.
- State the aims and importance.
- Cite thoroughly but not excessively.
- Avoid giving too many citations for one point.
- Clearly state either your hypothesis or research question.
- Consider giving an overview of the paper.
How many sentences is a short description?
A brief description is a summary of the whole text or whole description. I would say ten short sentences in two paragraphs or six long sentences in a single paragraph format is a brief description. You can choose vocabulary which convey more meaning in a single word for brief descriptions.
What is a broad to narrow introduction?
Broad / General Specific/Narrow The introduction should start with big/general statements, and then gradually move to state your specific.”— Presentation transcript: 2 Broad / General Specific/Narrow The introduction should start with big/general statements, and then gradually move to state your specific point.
What is a brief conversation?
4 terse or concise; containing few words. he made a brief statement. n. 5 a condensed or short statement or written synopsis; abstract.