Conclusion

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BAD: As a conclusion, I'd like to say that everyone should be able to work if they want to.
GOOD: In conclusion, I'd like to say that everyone should be able to work if they want to.
BAD: To come to the conclusion, I would like to say that everyone should read the book.
GOOD: To conclude, I would like to say that everyone should read the book.
To introduce a concluding statement, use in conclusion, by way of conclusion, or to conclude : 'By way of conclusion, I'd just like to add that the answers to the questions I have raised would still appear to be a long way off.'

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