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Des 11 2009

Narrative essay

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Idioma: Anglès
Nivell: A2 / B1 / B2.1 (nivell 2, 3 i 4)
Destresa: escriptura

Objectives:
To learn what a narrative essay is and then to learn how to write one.

Task:

Read the following explanations and example of a narrative essay and then make the suggested exercise.

Definition and details of a narrative essay:

– The narrative essay tells a story. It can also be called a “short story.” Generally the narrative essay is conversational in style, and tells of a personal experience. It is most commonly written in the first person (uses I).

– The story, as many texts, should have an introduction and also a conclusion which makes a point.

– You can write anecdotes which are always good in essays of this kind. Note that in a narrative essay you should give loads of details about the characters, the events, places etc.

– As we said before use first person, the use of “I” makes us believe that everything is much more intimate.

– Be organized, use details but do not exaggerate. Once you have finished revise all the words and check if you can use synonyms in order to not repeating words.

Read the following example of a narrative essay.


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