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What is the difference between Expository Writing & Rhetorical Writing?
Expository writing is meant to explain a topic. For instance, writing an Expository essay about saving the bees will appeal to readers who care about the environment while explaining to them the importance of bees. Rhetorical writing is meant to change the minds of the reader and keep in accordance with its source. This can include political or religious propaganda in which the government or religious entity will want the reader to side with them. This is commonly known as "Rhetoric".
Subject: Study Skills
How can I understand my Literature homework better?
Literature assignments are meant to help the reader to reflect on the works of an Author in order to better understand the world of the Author and to provide a different perspective for the Reader. It is best to break down the text according to the questions that are given to you for your homework. Read the questions first, so that you can reflect on what the answer might be as you read the text.
What is the difference between a Verb and an Adverb?
A Verb is an action word such as 'run'. An Adverb describes the way a Verb (or action word) has been performed. For example: "He ran quickly." The word 'quickly' describes how the action word 'ran' was performed.
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