Writing is one of the four language skills, which means it’s one of the ways you can use language to communicate. When you write, you choose words and put them in order to form sentences. You can write to communicate your thoughts, feelings, and ideas to other people, or you can keep a journal to express yourself.
There are different types of writing, each with its own purpose. For example, you might write a letter to a friend, or a story for a school assignment. The different types of writing are:
- Expository: Explains or describes a topic. For example, a history essay or a lab report.
- Narrative: Tells a story. For example, a short story or a personal essay.
- Persuasive: Tries to convince the reader of something. For example, an advertisement or a speech.
- Creative: Expresses the writer’s thoughts and feelings in an imaginative way. For example, a poem or a song.
Writing is a process, which means that it doesn’t happen all at once. It takes time to choose the right words and to put them in the right order. When you’re writing, you might need to start over several times before you’re happy with the result.
Here are the steps in the writing process:
- Pre-writing: This is the planning stage, where you decide what you’re going to write about. You might brainstorm ideas, or do some research.
- Writing: This is when you actually write the first draft of your text.
- Revising: This is when you look at your text again and make changes. You might add, delete, or move around whole sections of text. You might also change the words you use, or the order of your sentences.
- Editing: This is when you check your text for mistakes and correct them.
- Publishing: This is when you share your text with others. For example, you might print it out, or post it online.
You don’t always have to do all of these steps in order. For example, you might do some pre-writing, then start writing, and then do more pre-writing before you revise. Or you might revise as you go along. The important thing is to keep writing!
Ejercicios Resueltos Writing Ingles 2 Eso
Ejercicios resueltos de writing en inglés para el segundo nivel de ESO
En esta sección encontrarás ejercicios resueltos de writing en inglés para el segundo nivel de ESO. Se trata de una selección de ejercicios para practicar el writing en inglés de los temas más relevantes del programa de segundo de la ESO. Esperamos que te sirvan de ayuda para mejorar tus habilidades en el writing en inglés.
Write a letter to your friend inviting him/her to your birthday party. Include the following information:
- When is your birthday?
- What time does the party start?
- Where is the party going to be?
- What are you going to do at the party?
I hope you’re doing well. I just wanted to invite you to my birthday party. It’s going to be on (date) at (time). The party is going to be at (location). We’re going to (activity). I hope you can make it!
See you soon,