- Introductions should briefly give the reader the main points of the article.
- It should also try to capture the reader's interest so that they read the rest of the article.
How to write about introductions:
'Fears were voiced last night for the safety of the lone whale who was spotted in the Thames by the Embankment in Central London. Onlookers have nicknamed him "Fred" and have taken to the banks of the river to watch. Marine biologists are on hand to oversea the…