To persuade the reader that something is in the case.
To persuade the reader that something should or should not be the case.
To tell the reader about past events.
To amuse the reader.
An analytical paragraph
None of the above
Orientation - Events - Reorientation
Thesis - Arguments - Reiteration
Thesis - Arguments - Recommendation
Identification - Description
Simple Present tense
Simple past tense
Present perfect tense
Present continuous tense
Data and relevant information.
Facts and relevant information.
Facts and general information.
Text restates a topic but focuses on one side of argument.
Text evaluates a topic of an argument.
Text evaluates a topic but focuses on an argument.
Text evaluates a topic but focuses on one side of argument.
Analytical has introduction, Hortatory has thesis.
Analytical has conclusion and Hortatory has recommendation.
Analytical has recommendation and Hortatory has conclusion.
Analytical and Hortatory use simple present tense.
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