An introduction is a beginning section of a piece of writing, speech, or presentation that introduces the main topic or purpose of the work. It is typically used to provide context or background information and to establish the main points that will be discussed in the rest of the work. The purpose of an introduction is to engage the reader or audience and to give them an overview of what they can expect to learn or experience. In a written work, the introduction is usually followed by the body of the work, which contains the main points and arguments, and then the conclusion, which summarizes the main points and restates the main purpose or argument of the work.
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