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AJ Garrigus March 6, 2008 English 101, Shabbat Division-Classification Essay Essays Writing is one of the basic forms of communication that defines civilization. One of the most variant types of specific writing is the essay. Essays can be used themselves, in many different ways. For example, the Five-Paragraph essay is commonly used in academia in a five paragraph form. The essay begins with an introduction to the topic and a thesis, three body paragraphs which explains or supports the thesis, and finally a conclusion to restate the thesis and summarize the essay. The layout form of the five-paragraph essay is used academically on a variety of essays. There are commonly ten types of academic essays, those being Descriptive, Narrative, Definitive, Exemplification, Division-Classification, Process Analyzation,
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Unformatted text preview: Comparison-Contrast, Cause-Effect, Argumentation-Persuasion, and Dialectic. A descriptive essay greatly uses adjectives to depict a scene or event. It enforces the writer to explain what was evident through the senses of touch, sight, smell, sound, and taste. Other senses such as fear and pain could also be used. The narrative essay follows the development of a person through a series of experiences and reflections. It is commonly written in the first person present or past tense and uses chronological order. A definitive essay provides a clear explanation about a term using facts, definitions, and possible anecdotes. When one writes an exemplification essay they...
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