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Cause and effect is a relationship between two or more events in which one event brings about another. The event that happens first is the cause; the one that follows is the effect.
a) Cause and Effect b) Classification and Definition c) Problem and Solution d) Chronological Order
The arrangement of details in time order. This means that the writer explains an event, experience or series of steps in the order in which they actually occurred.
a) Problem and Solution b) Cause and Effect c) Chronological Order d) Classification and Definition
Writing that is used to explain and describe a thing or concept and how it looks, acts, and fits in among other members of a group.
a) Chronological Order b) Classification Definition c) Problem and Solution d) Cause and Effect
Points out similarities and differences between two things.
a) Cause and Effect b) Compare and Contrast c) Problem and Solution d) Chronological Order
A style of writing where the author identifies and describes a problem and then offers one or more possible solutions.
a) Chronological Order b) Problem and Solution c) Classification and Definition d) Cause and Effect
Chronological Order
a) Cause and effect is a relationship between two or more events in which one event brings about another. The event that happe b) Points out similarities and differences between two things. c) The arrangement of details in time order. This means that the writer explains an event, experience or series of steps in t d) The arrangement of details in time order. This means that the writer explains an event, experience or series of steps in the
Classification and Definition
a) The arrangement of details in time order. This means that the writer explains an event, experience or series of steps in t b) Writing that is used to explain and describe a thing or concept and how it looks, acts, and fits in among other members of a c) Points out similarities and differences between two things. d) Cause and effect is a relationship between two or more events in which one event brings about another. The event that happe
Problem and Solution
a) The arrangement of details in time order. This means that the writer explains an event, experience or series of steps in t b) Cause and effect is a relationship between two or more events in which one event brings about another. The event that happe c) A style of writing where the author identifies and describes a problem and then offers one or more possible solutions. d) Points out similarities and differences between two things.
Compare and Contrast
a) Writing that is used to explain and describe a thing or concept and how it looks, acts, and fits in among other members of a b) The arrangement of details in time order. This means that the writer explains an event, experience or series of steps in t c) Cause and effect is a relationship between two or more events in which one event brings about another. The event that happe d) Points out similarities and differences between two things.
Cause and Effect
a) Cause and effect is a relationship between two or more events in which one event brings about another. The event that happe b) The arrangement of details in time order. This means that the writer explains an event, experience or series of steps in t c) Writing that is used to explain and describe a thing or concept and how it looks, acts, and fits in among other members of a d) Points out similarities and differences between two things.
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