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Echo or restate the main points of your introduction and thesis statement in your conclusion. For example, if the three main challenges you faced moving to a new country were learning a new language, making new friends and adjusting to a different culture, write, "When I moved to the United States three years ago, I did not think I could learn a new language, make new friends, and adjust to the culture." In your concluding paragraph, mention the ways you learned the language, and perhaps some of the friends you made who helped you adjust to your new country, unifying the essay.