Usually the topic sentence is the first sentence in a paragraph. The topic sentence makes a statement about some topic and the rest of the paragraph explains the topic sentence or gives examples of the topic sentence.
For example if this was the topic sentence
There are three living species of Kiwi all of which inhabit New Zealand.
Then this paragraph would probably tell us what the three species are and where they live in NZ.
Generally the topic sentence is the first sentence of the paragraph and the rest of the paragraph explains or gives examples of the topic sentence. The topic sentence can also be the second sentence of the paragraph. This is when the first sentence is a linking sentence that links the paragraph to the previous paragraph. Sometimes the topic sentence can be the last sentence in the paragraph
the first sentence of the paragraph is called the topic sentence which should describe most of the paragraph for the reader to understand. The topic sentence is usually the first sentence of a paragraph. It makes a statement (about a topic) and the rest of the paragraph explains the topic sentence or gives examples of the topic sentence. The second sentence of a paragraph can sometimes be the topic sentence. Sometimes it is called a summary sentence.
The topic sentence always expresses the main idea of a paragraph (1st 2nd 3rd etc).Usually the topic sentence is the first sentence of the paragraph. Sometimes the topic sentence is the second sentence ( the first sentence links to the previous paragraph ). Possibly the topic sentence is the last sentence of a paragraph.But usually the first is the topic sentence and the other sentences in the paragraph explain or give examples of the topic sentence.
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