Who went to London with Cat?

Dick Whittington

What are the different genres of writing?

While there are many reasons why you might be putting pen to paper or tapping away on the keyboard, there are really only four main types of writing: expository, descriptive, persuasive, and narrative. Each of these four writing genres has a distinct aim, and they all require different types of writing skills.

How do you describe someone in writing?

10 Tips for Writing Physical Descriptions of Your Characters

  1. You don’t always have to be specific.
  2. Use figurative language.
  3. Describe facial expressions.
  4. Make the descriptions match the tone.
  5. Scatter physical descriptions throughout the prose.
  6. Describe actions that reveal physical characteristics.
  7. A first person narrator can give biased opinions about appearances.

How did Whittington find a job in London?

4 The businessman took the cat on his ship to catch rats. 1 Dick decided to travel to London and become a rich man. 6 A church bell seemed to say, ‘Turn back, Dick Whittington, Mayor of London! 7 The businessman gave Dick a reward and promoted him to his assistant.

How do you describe writing?

60 Words To Describe Writing Or Speaking Styles

  • articulate – able to express your thoughts, arguments, and ideas clearly and effectively; writing or speech is clear and easy to understand.
  • chatty – a chatty writing style is friendly and informal.
  • circuitous – taking a long time to say what you really mean when you are talking or writing about something.

What are public genres?

Public writing is a broad category that includes a wide variety of genres: opinion pieces, letters to the editor, blogs, newspaper reports, magazine features, letters to elected officials, memoirs, obituaries, and much more. All of these genres share common features. In particular, public writing aims to be accessible.

How do you describe physical appearance in a story?

Here are some ideas of what you can describe to get you started: Facial features (face shape, eyes, nose, lips, jaw, chin, brows, ears, cheekbones, facial hair) Hair color, texture, and style. Build/body type and height.

What message does this story bring out for youngsters?

Ans. The message that this story brings out to the youngsters is that we should always work hard and one day we will be able to enjoy the fruits of our labour. 5.

What message does the poem convey to all of us?

The message that the poem conveys to us is that we must be generous and unselfish and think of others. We must try to help others who are not as experienced as we are.