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What are the three parts of a composition? expository, persuasive, and narrative body, introduction, and conclusion bandwagon, propaganda, and emotional appeal

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  1. anonymous
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    is it the middle one?

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    body, intro, conclusion.

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    ?????????

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    Well, a composition has the root of "compose," which means that it's your essay that you composed. In order to write an essay, there are some simple things needed. Expository, Persuasive, and Narrative are just styles of writing. So that is not the answer. Bandwagon, propaganda, and emotional appeal are elements of persuasive writing, which again makes this out of the question. All that's left is Intro, Body, and Conclusion.

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    thx

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