A hook sentence (also called a narrative hook or literary hook) is a sentence in the first paragraph of a piece of writing which "hooks" the reader into reading more. This is usually the first sentence, but can be anywhere in the first paragraph. "Hooks" do not have to be weird or amazing to be interesting - many new writers spend hours thinking of some "perfect" sentence which will amaze and astound editors, when all they need is something interesting.
Deborah Wiles begins her book Each Little Bird That Sings with the hook "I come from a family with a lot of dead people."
Avi's book Ragweed begins with the statement "'Ma, a mouse has to do what a mouse has to do.'"
Paul Auster uses this sentence to begin his book City of Glass: It was a wrong number that started it, the telephone ringing three times in the dead of night, and the voice on the other end asking for someone he was not.
Here are some ways to create effective "hooks:"
Get the reader interested in soccer. Grab their attention. Relate the opening sentence to what you will write about.
Diwali is a festival of lights. It brings happiness.
first you restate your problem then next write if your hypothesis was proved or not.
Nobody can write your hook sentence but you. We don't know what your essay said. The best way to do this is to finish your essay, then use what you've written to come up with a great topic or hook sentence.
A hook in a topic sentence is designed to get the reader's attention.
you need to write an interesting hook to make people want to keep reading it
Your coat is where it belongs, hanging on a hook.
I notice there was a discrepancie with statement it still has the old rates. New rates went in effect as of April 1st
A paragraph hook is a sentence or two that catches the readers attention.
First you write a bit of the sentence then you write pakistan and then you write the last bit of the sentence. simple
Like this: "A hook for a paragraph."
No. WikiAnswers will not write your sentences for you. If you click on the related questions, however, you can learn how to make your own sentences and learn to communicate effectively. Your topic sentence should explain what your essay or speech is to be about. Don't worry so much about a "hook" until you finish writing the whole thing. Then, pick one of the most interesting points you've made and use that as your "hook."
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A good hook sentence is what you use to draw the reader in so that they are getting entertained/satisfied. Therefore, they will want to read more of what you wrote.
i write the same sentence
He threaded the hook to his fishing rod.The hook on the door is broken.Captain Hook accidentally stabbed himself in the eye again.
By hook or by crook, I'm determined to get into Harvard medical school.
If you use it as in this sentence"this is a silver hook" yes, but if you say " i hooked a fish" no
Spongebob hung onto the hook as he went up and down the ocean.
The fish is on the hook. The man's missing left hand has been replaced with a stainless steel hook.
Example sentence - Captain Hook was a pirate.
You can't write a sentence that is not a sentence, it is either a sentence or it is not. You can write a sentence that doesn't look like a sentence. For example, "Stop!"; although one word, it is a complete sentence. The subject 'you' is implied, the verb is 'stop', which makes it a complete sentence.
A hook sentence (to hook the reader)A topic sentence (so the reader will know what you re going to write about)3 supporting details (so the reader will know what each paragraph will be about)A transition sentence (so you can change topics or start a new paragraph)Lastly, a conclusion sentence (to wrap your writing assignment up)
You can write the word sluice in a few different sentence. You can write the sentence "I put a sluice in the creek near the house".
Yes, you can write a sentence with the word right. For example: I like to write about super heroes.