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What is An Expository Essay?

Expository essays are written to explain how to do something, how something works or simply to provide information on a topic. The topic can be an idea, an event, a person, a thing; you can describe or explain just about anything you want. Expository writing is about sharing information to inform or explain a topic to the reader by providing relevant details, facts, and information. Through expository writing, the author makes observations about the topic, shows…

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