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im doing a reserch paper on being a news anchor i need an opening sentence a hook i no it goes for personal prefrence but could someone help me get an idea pls

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  1. What have you said in the body of your paper?

  2. well im just now beging my draft but the just of it is a news anchor woukd be a good carrer for me because the skills needed for this career and that i love the idea of it and so forth but i don't no what to do for the introduction

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    posted by cat
  3. i need like an example of how to start it bcuz when i start it it sounds persuwasive

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  4. its okay

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    posted by Yesenia
  5. well my teacher dosent want persuwasive i need a non opion factual paper and i have no idea how to get it going

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  6. how does this sound:Finding a career may be difficult, but comparing facts and researching may help. Being a news anchor

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  7. Finish your paper BEFORE you write your introduction.

    How can you introduce something you don't know?

    If your paper is about being a news anchor, then stick to that.

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