What are the different types of writing?
One of the most popular forms of writing is a Narrative Essays: This is telling a story. In a narrative way. The narrator is the writer and is telling a story about real life experiences. Another form of writing is a Descriptive Essay. This is writing and giving a lot of details. The main purpose is to use descriptions like painting a picture. The next style of writing is a expository: An expository writing will just give the facts of a subject. This is where research papers come in. It has the facts and nothing else. One of the most used in society is Persuasive writing. Persuasive writing tries to get you to do something or believe something. For example, if I like horses, and you don't, I might write try to persuade you to like horses to, that would be considered a persuasive writing.
How do you multiply and what is it?
When it comes to multiplying, the basic idea of it is repeated addition. For example: 5 × 3 = 15 The basic idea is 5 + 5 + 5 = 15. Mulitplying is an easier way to find the answer by using only a few numbers instead of a lot. If you use too many, there is a better chance of getting lost and getting the wrong answer.
What is subject-verb agreement?
Subject-verb agreement is when the subject of your sentences will agree with the verb. It will always be the opposite. If the subject is singular, then you will want your verb to be plural (usually adding an "s"). If your subject is plural, then your verb will need to be singular. For example: Matt likes to eat lunch on the porch. (The subject is Matt, there is only 1 Matt, so your verb, "like" has an "s" on the end) The balloons look so colorful! (The subject is balloons, and there is more than 1 because it has an "s", so your verb, look, will be singular.)