字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント The final paragraph in your essay is called the conclusion. The conclusion reinforces what you have said in your essay. Although it may give your final thoughts on the essay topic, you should not introduce any new information. So, how do you write a good conclusion? At the beginning of a concluding paragraph it is a good idea to use a concluding linker, such as, “In conclusion,...”, “To sum up, …” or, “In summary, …”, to show the reader that this is the end of the essay. The conclusion will also summarise your main points and restate your opinion. Before we look at the example conclusion let’s look at the question. Now, in this example conclusion, it is clear to see that the candidate has used a concluding linker. In this case: “In conclusion, …”, so we know that this is the end of the essay and the final paragraph. Then, the writer restates his or her point of view. The candidate agrees that spending money on space exploration is “a luxury that we cannot afford”. And finally, the writer sums up the main points, reiterating what the government should be spending money on. To help you write a great conclusion, remember these simple dos and don’ts; give your final thoughts but don’t introduce any new information. So make sure your final thoughts are the same as those expressed in your essay. So, in summary, you use your conclusion to reinforce your ideas without adding any new ones. Remember to take a few moments at this point to look over your essay to make sure you have followed your plan and included all of the ideas that you outlined. Why not check for errors as well?