Types of Writing Styles

Narrative writing is storytelling in written form. It captures a journey, or a part of it, from the start to the very end. That is to say that it has a beginning, interval, and ending.

Narrative Writing

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Descriptive writing is one of those styles of writing where the author writes about every aspect of the event, person, or place they are describing in detail.

Descriptive Writing

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Expository writing aims to explain or educate its readers about a particular topic. So the goal is to teach the reader about something rather than persuading or entertaining them.

Expository Writing

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Persuasive writing is the style of academic writing where the author aims to make the reader side with the thought or idea being conveyed in the text.

Persuasive Writing

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Creative writing is a style of writing where the author is expected to break free from the shackles of already existing writing structures. 

Creative Writing

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Objective writing is a style of writing where the writing is supported by proven facts and pieces of evidence. The information included must be correct; scientifically and statistically. 

Objective Writing

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Subjective writing showcases the author’s beliefs, preferences, perspectives, feelings, and opinions on things. The author, unlike objective writing, 

Subjective Writing

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Review writing, as the name suggests, is a style of writing where one reviews things. Be it a restaurant, food, other commodity, books, or movies.

Review Writing

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It is a style of writing where the writer uses rhyme, rhythm, and meter to convey a story or idea. It is a broad style of writing which can be used in fiction.

Poetic Writing

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Technical writing is all about writing on a special point that is factual and logical or about a scientific purpose. It is precise in nature, using facts and figures that are objective

Technical Writing

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