Tutor profile: Logan S.
What are the key differences between the persuasive and narrative writing styles? How do the styles overlap? Be as descriptive and complete in your answer as possible.
The key difference between persuasive and narrative writing is their intended purpose. Persuasive writing is actively intended to change readers beliefs and views by creating a compelling argument, be it through direct or indirect means. This can be achieved in many forms, but often it is done via a speech, essay, or letter intended for a specific audience who holds a different view. On the other hand, narrative writing is intended to tell a story, describing what happens to characters through the development of a plot line. While there may be elements of persuasion in the story, its main intention is to entertain rather than change the reader's mind.
Subject: English as a Second Language
"All the girls is out of the house tonight." Which sentence is rewritten to make the sentence grammatically correct? A) "All the girls are out of the house tonight." B) "All the girl is out of the house tonight." C) "All girls out of house tonight."
A) "All the girls are out of the house tonight." This sentence corrects the subject-verb agreement error "the girls is out" in the original sentence. Since the "girls" is a plural subject, the correct verb is "are" given that it is the plural verb form of "is."
Subject: Criminal Justice
What is recidivism and why is it an important concept in the field of criminal justice?
Recidivism is the concept of repeat offending by criminals. This is an important concept as a large amount of crime is disproportionately caused by repeat offenders and serves as evidence that many traditional punishments for crimes are ineffective, warranting different approaches to change the roots of offender behavior.
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