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we will begin with the history, then present situation, and with the future.
If this were a sentence in an extemporaneous presentation,

a.Preview Statement
b.Attention Strategy
c.Transition to Main Point Three
d. Thesis Statement
I think it is a thesis statment, however I am not sure...

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    It's not a thesis statement -- there's no stance, no opinion in there.

  • communication -

    ok, then I think it is a transition to main point three, because there are three point and there is a transition of events.

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    No, it's a preview of all three sections.

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    thanks

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