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Writing is often used to persuade, entertain, or inform. Cabeza de Vaca's journal was written to inform. Informational writing is usually A. factual. B. personal. C. opinionated. D. evaluative.
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Cabeza de Vaca's journal was written to inform. Informational writing is usually factual.
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What term is used to describe nonfiction written works such as newspaper articles, essays, and biographies? A. analytical B. explanatory C. expository D. persuasive
Weegy: B User: Andrew Carnegie is famous in part for his philanthropy. Which of the following passages supports this idea? A. Ironically, the same industrial growth that left his father without work would provide Andrew with the opportunities that later made him one of the wealthiest entrepreneurs of his time. B. While he was working as a messenger, Carnegie taught himself how to send and receive messages using the telegraph equipment. C. Carnegie, being an avid reader, donated five million dollars to the New York Public Library. D. Carnegie was able to corner the market on steel production by owning every step of the steel production process. Weegy: A. Ironically, the same industrial growth that left his father without work would provide Andrew with the opportunities that later made him one of the wealthiest entrepreneurs of his time (More)
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EXPOSITORY is the term used to describe nonfiction written works such as newspaper articles, essays, and biographies.
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Which set of words is likely to act as a signal for a cause-and-effect relationship? A. "Despite this event . . ." B. "Following this event . . ." C. "At the same time as this event . . ." D. "As a consequence of this event . . ."
Weegy: The set of words which is likely to act as a signal for a cause-and-effect relationship is: "As a consequence of this event . . ." (More)
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