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Sow do you restate a thesis in a conclusion?

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Think of the reader
They read the AIM
If interested they read the CONCLUSION
They are looking for a sentence or two at most
If they are interested they look at METHOD, DATA, DISCUSSION, ERRORS
In short, NO.

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For example:
* The essay you should write is this: "Do you think people or animals should be used to test medicines?"
* The thesis is:
"More and more drugs are tested both on people and animals to show further reactions and side effects, such as headache, discomfort, etc. I think both sides are right - the one that thinks it's better to test drugs on animals, and the other - to try them out on people. And also both are wrong."
* The conclusion is:
"People and animals have rights, but we are all under the power of Mother Nature. It's good to take care of people, yes. But without hurting somebody else. It's ridicules - we help to heal somebody's pain, while hurting and even killing others. So we have typed what we think needs to be done, but who will actually take action?"
So what you should do when you're writing an essay is to make a thesis - your oppinion and then to show why this is right. And the end - the conclusion, must be the same as the thesis, but with a "lightly shade" of what you've written, so you can continue slowly from each paragraph.
I don't know if that's clear enough. I hope this helps you :p

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