Structuring Your Writing Part 2.


A Good Ending will Impress your reader.

The ending is the last thing your reader will read so you want it to be memorable. If it's really good, it will give your reader a positive impression of everything you've already said.

If you're writing to argue or persuade, then your ending is your last chance to get your reader to agree with you - so you've got to make it first class.

Different Texts need Different Kinds of Ending.

Fiction texts need endings that tie up the plot, while non-fiction texts need conclusions.

Ending a Story.

A good ending ties up the loose ends of the story. The reader shouldn't be left thinking, "I don't understand


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