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b. Answer the same questions in an exposition you would write on the following : —
Shoes Horses Wheat Oranges
a. You live in the country. Inform your friend Tom, who
3. Why he was arrested.
paragraphs the difference between the following pairs : — Tower and Smokestack Street and Boulevard Closet and Cupboard College and University Fruit and Vegetable Wagon and Carriage Speech and Oration Teacher and Tutor Scholar and Pupil Idea and Thought XXXIV. Write expository paragraphs from the following subject sentences. Apply the quintet of queries to each one. Add, if you wish, phrases or clauses to the statements as they now stand: — I had a unique experience that time. He received the reprimand. They like this place much better. She is probably the best pupil in the class. It is impossible to go. XXXV. From some book you are now reading, select an expository passage of several paragraphs and produce an outline of it. Tell what kind of exposition it is. Show whether the five queries can be applied to it. XXXVI. Do the same from the newspaper for to-day. Tell why the article you selected is to be called Exposition. Point out elements of Description, Narration, and Argument if they are to be found. XXXVII. Outline a character sketch you would write on “Reddy.” Make another outline for a sketch of “Reddy” which shall show him from an entirely different viewpoint. XXXVIII. Outline and write character sketches of Washington and Columbus from your knowledge of them in history. How must these two sketches necessarily differ?