lurches- moves, loiters, remains in an area opera- a performance in which actors sing all of the words of a play with music performed by an orchestra spilled- spread prodigality- carelessness, foolishness, tipped out- imparted weaving- forming, uniting stouter- stronger
*vivid description of something *the words appeal to the five senses
vivid- picture, image, or memory, visual
LEgislature- a group of people with the power to make or change law viable- capable
*tell a story in details in a sequence *say or describe what is being seen
sequence- the order in which things happen
*explains or provides information about the toilet flush tanks
immigration- going to a country to live there
*able to cause people to do or believe something *to compell, convince or influence people to believe in an argument
Eng7_Types of Paragraph
It is a part of writing piece
that usually deals with one
subject, that begins on a
new line, and that is made
up of one or more
• It gives a vivid description of
something or someone.
• The words chosen in the
description often appeal to
the five senses.
• It can be artistic and may
deviate from grammatical
• It does exactly what you
think they do; they describe
a person, an object, or a
scene in detail.
• It narrates a scene or event
in chronological order.
• It tells a story. There is a
sequence of action: clear
beginning, middle and end.
• It explains or provides
information about something,
such as giving directions.
• It often requires research, but
it’s possible that the writer is
able to rely on his or her own
knowledge and expertise.
• It gets an audience’s
understanding of and
agreement with a particular
point of view.
• It is useful when building an
• It often requires the
collection of facts and
The type of paragraph you use will
depend on your purpose for writing.
• To entertain readers or express
themselves, writers use narration
• Exposition and narration are used
to inform readers about something.
• Writers use persuasion to influence
Several paragraphs written about
the same subject might be very
different, depending on why the
writers wrote them. The four
paragraphs that follow all talk
about roller coasters, but in