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Argumentative essays are written to prove author’s position on a certain subject. And, as you can easily guess from a name, this position is usually arguable — that is, there is more than one side to take on any matter. In other words, argumentative essays should convince readers of writers’ opinions — generally, with facts, data, and other evidence. Even though most arguing and convincing will happen in the main body of your work, it is unwise to underestimate the importance of an argumentative essay conclusion. After all, this is the last part your audience will be reading, so an argumentative essay conclusion is also your last chance to prove your point.

Most argumentative papers are based on logic and rationale. So, after catching your readers’ attention and stating your subject’s importance once again, you are to briefly summarize the most convincing, memorable arguments you made in body paragraphs. Remember to keep it rational — this way, you will have a greater chance of swaying readers to your side of the argument. Plus, reinstating your main findings will remind them of the major points discussed in your work. Finally, it will help you highlight arguments that matter the most. Here, it is also important not to introduce any new information — as a rule, this only weakens your arguments and confuses the reader.

There are several ways to wrap up a conclusion in a memorable and effective manner. First, you could once again appeal to emotion (when applicable) and highlight the importance of your subject and/or stress the validity of your arguments. Or, you could use a call to action, urging readers to think about other possible ways to approach this topic. Alternatively, you could make a future prediction, stating what would happen if the audience does not take this issue seriously. All of those are very powerful ways to conclude a paper and leave an impression on your audience.

Depending on the topic, you might even try to make it personal. In the example of a recycling paper, you could suggest that dumps could eventually be built near your readers’ homes. Finally, you could urge the audience to take more action than think about possible solutions to the problem — visit a city council meeting, enlist in a volunteering organization, etc. All of those approaches work fine — as long as you do not introduce any new information and keep it short.


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How To Write A Conclusion For An Argumentative Essay

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