(A) True, it can be overwhelming to write an introduction first without knowing where the content is headed.
(B) True, the introduction is always the easiest part to write.
(C) False, writing an introduction first will help align the rest of the article.
(D) False, you should write your conclusion before your introduction.
It is absolutely true that effective writers write the body of the article first and save writing the introduction and conclusion for last. Introductions should be written last because you have no idea on which direction your content is going to progress. Once, you are happy with the body of the article you can write the introduction based on the flow of content in the body.
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