Argumentative and discursive writing form a large portion of the Paper 1 Syllabus, albeit often mistaken for each other due to their similarities and overlaps in writing techniques. In the first part of this two-part series, let us iron out the differences between these two text types so that we can tackle them better in our writing.
Every story has its point of view. It is the angle or mode of narration that an author uses to convey ideas to the readers. In this tutorial, we take a look at the different point of views, the common mistakes when applying them and how to use them effectively.