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The introduction in an essay is the key which opens the eyes of the reader and
shows the roadmap of the essay. It should be clear and interesting. Here are the
seven tricks which will make your introduction appealing and acceptable to the
tutor, lecturer, professor or anybody reading your work.
1) Make your introduction enticing. To make the introduction catchy, ask a
rhetorical question, giving convincing statistic, use the most appropriate
story to what you are discussing in the essay or look for a quote that sums
your work. When you make the introduction appealing, the reader is
glued to your essay until the last word.
2) Use a slaughterer primary statement. A killer statement leaves the reader
with many unanswered questions, he keeps reading to find the answers. It
is a statement that makes the reader dig for more information which can
quench his thirsty. It gives the reader the reason why he will keep
reading. For those who have busy schedules, when they read the
sentence, they are forced to set aside time and go through your article.
Therefore, you need to develop skills of how to draft killer sentences for
your essays.
3) Make it inspiring. All readers want something inspiring as they read an
essay. A boring introduction is a clear indicator of how boring the essay
is. To avoid rejection of your essay, you must create an inspiring
introduction. As you put down your thoughts, think on how to light the
brain of your reader. Look for something that will arouse his anxiety to
read your essay. It is important to remain original and to introduce
something new for the reader. When the essay is original, readers find a
reason to read and discover what it is about.
4) Study and understand who your listeners are. Knowing who is to read
your essay is very critical and eye-opener of what to include in the
content. There are different audiences ranging from professionals to
friends and acquaintances. Mostly, your audience will be academicians.
The introduction you are writing should meet the standards which will
impress your audience. Meeting the audience expectation makes the
reader continue reading the essay.


5) When you are writing a persuasive essay use a question that provokes the
emotions of the reader.
6) Use original statement instead of clichés and general statements. Think
and develop something that can leave your professor glued to you essay.
It irritating to whosoever reads your work and finds out that you are
copying what people have put down and which are out of time. Research
shows that academician needs the essay to have originality.
7) Write a strong, rapt thesis statement. A thesis statement introduces the
topic you are to discuss. It is the thesis that creates interest in the reader.
It is very imperative to consider on how to write your thesis. Remember
that the thesis is the last sentence of the first paragraph. Ensure to make it
appealing when you draft it.
Tips of making a blissful thesis statement
 Make it arguable. Take a stand and defend it in your discussion.
 Narrow your topic
 Create a mental picture of the whole essay and then summarize it
in the statement.
 The statement must be in the first paragraph and should point to
the discussion.
8) Your introduction should introduce the topic you are discussing. It is here
that you answer several questions of what your reader should expect from
the essay. You are to provide statements which summarize the whole idea
before you start building the body. It is always good to critically think on
the length of your introduction. The content you are to write determines
the length of the introduction.
9) Use an anecdote. An anecdote is a story that can illustrate your point. If
you will use the anecdote in your essay, make it very brief and relevant.
Using the anecdote is tricky but you need to be careful on how to use it in
your introduction.
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