Answer to Question #61652 in Other English for bbj

Question #61652
1 A text that explains an issue, a theory, a concept or plan is called ______ text. a descriptive a narrative an expository a theoretical 2 ______ does not form the major part of a narrative text. A sequential order A chronological order of events Explanation Order of importance 3 Which of the following may not be true of narratives? follow a story line follow a sequential order Explanations form major parts characters speak in a formal style 4 The most intense or exciting part of a story is the ______ beginning suspense climax plot 5 It has been observed that the language of ______ text is diverse and specific expository narrative scientific figures 6 Which of the following may not be true of expository text? Expository texts do not tell stories Expository texts are organised in logical sequential order. Expository texts explain ideas in clear-cut terms. Expository texts are not as formal as narrative texts.
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