How do you write closing remarks?

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Closing remarks are used to sum up the whole speech. To write excellent closing remarks, you must summarize everything in one sentence or less. You should also thank the audience and appreciate them for coming.
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It depends on the circumstances. It's usually a short sentence or summary used to finish off a lecture, meeting or speech. For example : "Thank-you once again for coming, and
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I think your closing remarks should be natural. Just say something, completly unscripted such as 'thank you all for coming, and I look forward to seeing you all through out the year
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