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OpenStudy (anonymous):

i have alot of problems with thesis statements is it possible for me to get an example on the most important qualities of a president in thesis form ?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Whatever you want to argue are those most important qualities -- that's your thesis statement. The thesis is just a statement of your position, the position you believe in, the position you want to persuade people is the correct one.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Well the thesis is basically the topic of the essay. If you want to talk about Presedent Obama's sucess, then you need some type of broad statement about his success in the thesis statement.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

But the thesis is more than the topic. The thesis takes the topic and puts a spin on it.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Topic: Obama's success Thesis: Obama is successful because . . . .

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Yes your right it's like the reason of your idea. My mistake.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Anyway, at this point our student has vamoosed . . . perhaps she will return at some point and post her thoughts. She's probably still thinking about those qualities and isn't sure what she wants to say. There's all that reading and thinking, first, before one can come up with a decent thesis statement. Unless the subject happens to be something already very familiar.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Skedaddled, bolted . . . made like a banana and split. :)

OpenStudy (anonymous):

thanks i appreciate you guys

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Your thesis will be the answer to whatever question you are posing in your paper. You want to have at least three main things that you will be discussing. So, maybe something like this... Intelligence, compassion, and integrity are just a few of the many qualities this country needs to see in her president.

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