As you probably know already, there are 4 types of papers that your high school teacher or college professor likes to assign. They are: persuasive, argumentative, analytical and expository. Unlike the first two, expository essay does not require your personal opinion on the topic – all you need to do is present this concept, idea, object or action to the world and to your readers. The key word here is "explain". Imagine that your readers have never heard about this particular concept and explain it to them.
If you know some interesting facts about this world, it's the high time to tell the world about them. Choosing a subject that will be interesting and challenging for you to write about – you will get a possibility to learn something new and will get a good grade at the same time. If your paper is to be presented in front of your class, make sure it's going to be interesting for them as well – bored faces can speak louder that grades and your teacher might take this into consideration. Other than that, there are no specific requirements about the topic for your expository essay – you can tell stories about anything in the world, right?
As you can see, you are free to choose any aspect of your life – any at all. It can be your hobby, something from your everyday life or something you've read about once. Just make sure it's interesting to write about and have fun!
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