<p>Objects are formed by shapes that you generally discuss in your geometry classes. Take a look at a pyramid, an ice cream cone, a traffic cone, a triangular ruler, and a pizza slice. What do they have in common? That's right! They are all formed from a triangle.</p>
You’ve been already assigned to write a narrative paragraph, though you probably hear about this for the first time. So, let’s have a closer look at a narrative paragraph. Perhaps, you’ve already heard about narratives. This type of story can be defined as a description of imaginative or real events of people. As for another element, a paragraph, it’s just a series of sentences, dealing with a specific subject. As follows from this, a narrative paragraph is a story of non-fictional or fictional events presented in the constructive form. A typical narrative paragraph includes a topic sentence and the body, supporting your topic. We’ve just forgotten to mention a conclusion. A narrative paragraph deals not only with events but also actions arranged in time sequence with a definite beginning, middle and certainly end.