This lesson will assist you in identifying and understanding the major components of expository writing.
Learn more about expository writing and see some common examples. Expository writing is writing that seeks to explain, illuminate or 'expose' (which is where the word 'expository' comes from).
In addition to formation differences, the tight end is used more for blocking than a wide receiver.' Next, a cause/effect essay will recount an event or events and explain why one or more things occurred.
For example: 'Johnny was rated highly by college scouts in the nation and had a good chance of getting into several top schools.
One solution would be to put a recycling bin in each classroom.
This would at least begin to make people more aware of the problem.
If you've attended school, it's highly likely you've written one.
Most expository essays have an introductory paragraph in which a thesis or objective is stated, several main body paragraphs that prove or explain what is in the introduction, and a concluding paragraph in which everything is summed up.
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