What Is a Lead in Sentence?


A lead in sentence is the beginning that summarizes or states the point of the sentence, paragraph or the page. A good lead 'leads' a reader into the story, makes them want to find out more, and ethicises them to continue reading.
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A lead sentence is, as the term might suggest, a sentence that leads the rest of the paragraph and summarises or states the point of the paragraph. These sentences can be the first sentence in a paragraph or somewhere in the middle, but regardless of their positioning, they carry the most weight and sum up a paragraph's point.
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