The summary section (often misleadingly called a “conclusion”) is a short recap of what you have said in the essay.
You might want to provide a slightly different version of your thesis statement as the first sentence of this paragraph and then provide a few sentences that sum up what the body section said in support of the thesis statement.
It is usually best stated at the end of your introduction section (the end of the first paragraph if your introduction section is only a single paragraph in length).
The body section should consist of at least several paragraphs where you will provide support for your thesis statement in the form of reasons, evidence, arguments, justification, and so on.
The topic sentence is the particular point you are trying to make in the paragraph. It should usually be the first sentence of the paragraph, though in some cases it is appropriate to be the second sentence.
A transition sentence is a sentence that helps link the points of each paragraph together by making a smooth transition from the previous paragraph.
That is, you may have a topic sentence that also serves to transition well.
Another option is to have a transition sentence first and then a separate topic sentence following it.
Make sure you complete your essays with the conclusion, leave no hanging threads. Ans: The thesis statement is a clear, one-sentence explanation of your position that leaves no doubt in the readers’ mind about which side you are on from the beginning of your essay.
Although writing an essay is daunting for many people, it can be pretty straight-forward.