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If there is a scene near the beginning that needs to be followed through, look for the scene card near the end that is your payoff. If you write a scene early on that endears the main character to us because she is looking for her lost dog, you’d better find a place later in the story to include the dog again. Did she find him? Did she give up? Is he dead? Where’s the payoff? There needs to be a reason we were introduced to the idea of that dog near the beginning or it needs to be cut.
1. Determine the type, purpose, and audience of your paper.
2. Ask a question, then make the answer your thesis statement.
3. Take a stance, then ensure that it is provable.
4. State it in two parts: a clear topic and a brief summary of what you will say.
5. Limit the thesis to one or two sentences.
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1. most of them are translating this “Problem ” as ,
” older people are competing with younger people for the same jobs ” this is problem and this causes
a lot of problem..”