1.A statement or theory that is put forward as a premise to be maintained or proved: "can you support your thesis?". 2.(in Hegelian philosophy) A proposition forming the first stage in the process of dialectical reasoning.
it's a statement that states clearly in usually three points, what you will be talking about. A thesis is used in papers, most often a research paper, and outlines your paper in one well constructed sentence.
A thesis is in an essay thing, or something like that, it gives a brief description of what the rest of the paper is about like... if you did something on why kids shouldn't smoke, like something like that , you could say somethig like: “This paper elplins reasons why..” etc. etc.... sorry if this makes no sense. it's because im still learning bout that. :) I tried.
A thesis is a very important part of the paper or essay that one is writing about. Say one is writing about alcohol and the effects it has on the human body.A thesis is what is going to get the reader to read more.That one person should explain a little about alcohol and than go on to explain three or more reasons alcohol effects the human body.