To convince your reader to agree with your idea
To give facts about a topic
To tell a story
To make somebody do everything you say
Write a final draft.
Copy something from your schoolbooks.
Read the prompt carefully and write down your ideas.
Check for mistakes.
Compare how it is now to how it would be with your idea.
Make a plan.
All of the above are good ways to develop.
They are the people who have to take the writing test.
They are the people who have the power to make your idea come true.
They are the people who have already taken the writing test.
They are the people who will clap if it's good.
Make your ideas shorter and harder to understand.
Put periods after all your sentences.
Add more to your ideas and use more interesting words.
Recopy your paper in neat cursive writing.
Ready to take the action you suggest in your paper
Ready to do the opposite of what your paper says
Offended and bored