Present for a defined context

When you not aware of the little things that separate a reader from a writer, is failing to arrange ideas  and have the purpose of the text towards the reader. It is crucial to know the type of text, tone, and register to use when presenting for a particular audience.

Type of text.

narrative text:

This is where you tell a story, as if it is not written.  when you read it,  you see pictures and the story-line  is in a very vivid image.

Discursive writing:

The Author or the writer give rise to debatable or arguable subject or theme. In that manner,the Author is not bias and hence he consider together the advantage and disadvantages of the topic.  However, the writer still needs to take one side of the arguments and still reflect the reason not to support the objector’s argument.

Reflective writing:

This form of writing, allow the writer to demonstrate,  reveal, disclose certain knowledge acquired  from a particular topic, Place, and  emotions based on a real life situation or fictitious view.

Argumentative writing:

This writing has a lot to do with empirical facts. Collecting data through qualitative research methods and quantitative research methods. In addition, the winding up of the argument is supporting or disagreeing  with the given or preferred motion.

Descriptive writing:

The core purpose of this writing describe an image or thing and also describing an event while keeping a close look at all the 5 sensation of a human into consideration.

Expository writing:

This type of writing involves paying attention on the topic and keep focus, yet presenting facts to the reader’s mind, or contrasting similarities and difference of an object, person or place. Furthermore, its purpose is to  inform , instruct or  perform a task.

Transctional text:

Used to inform or pursue a target audience. This text is seen a emails, letter, proposals and also reports. This type of writing should be straight forward and brief-indeed and sound.


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