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How to Write an Introduction

An introduction does exactly what its name implies: it introduces the subject of the paper to readers. But most importantly, it provides readers with a map to the overall paper. A good introduction captures readers’ attention, tells them what the paper is about, and provides an outline of what is to come. Continued...


Affect/Effect

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All ready/Already

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Altar/Alter

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Appraise/Apprise

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Bare/Bear

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Capital/Capitol

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Complement/Compliment

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Continual/Continuous

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Council/Counsel

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