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Summarizing is the process of condensing a large amount of information into a concise version that covers the important elements. Writing a three- or four-sentence summary that touches on the important ideas of a big book is an example of summarising.

The title, author, and major point of the material as you perceive it are all stated in the first sentence of a summary. A summary is a piece of writing produced in your own words. Only the main points of the original text are included in a summary. In a summary, do not include any of your own thoughts, interpretations, inferences, or observations.

It is important to summarize in English because it will help you maintain consistency in your writing. You can always make use of the internet to find out what's trending and what people are saying about certain topics.

First Then Finally. The "First Then Finally" technique helps students summarize events in chronological order. The three words represent the beginning, main action, and conclusion of a story.

The benefit of a summary is to provide readers with a succinct overview of important details or interesting information, without inserting a personal opinion

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