Starting from situations that happen particularly in college and life twists

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Starting from situations that happen particularly in college and life twists thattend to occur only during the student years. Student years are considered tobe the best in the lifetime, why not to write about them in your narrativeessay?Tell about the most exhausting exam.Speak about the lecture that put much impression on you.Tell about the first day you moved in a dorm.What was the most impressive hang-out during your college years?Tell about what made feel depressed in college.8. IMAGINE IF…In narrative essay topic that starts with the words “Imagine If...” usuallyrequire creating a story that is possible from your point of view in future. Thissubtopic is one of the most popular among the students. Because it allowsthem to make up everything they wish. The entire freedom of imagination!Imagine if you had a time machine. What time would you travel?Imagine if you were an animal. What animal would you like to be and why?Imagine if you were born in another country. Where would you like to beborn and why?Imagine if you were filthy rich. On what would you spend your money?6
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Imagine if you were a comic book character. What superpower would you like to have and why?TIPS ON NARRATIVE ESSAY WRITING:1. Focus on specific details that are essential to cover the topic. Try to avoid mentioning irrelevant for the topic information.2. Do not lie or embellish facts. Dig deep into your experience. Readers value the sincerity.3. Connect your ideas. Use transition words to make your text coherent and easy to read.4. Do not omit the conclusion. No matter what your topic is, you write a narrative essay to state what did you get from the experience.5. Write in such a manner, that you will be interested to read it. If you won't like reading it, the text does not worth the attention of the audience.6. See the limits of your writing. It is obvious that you can tell much about yourexperience, but you must not overload the reader with information.7. Be creative. In the narrative essay, you can write in the first person and use different stylistic devices.8. Follow instructions of your tutor attentively. Because even being a flexible writing genre, the narrative essay needs to be written according to stated patterns.7
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Sample of a Narrative Essay8
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  • Spring '11
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  • Writing, narrative essays

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