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A narrative is a story. A story could be real or imaginary. In a narrative essay, you give an account of events or incidents you have witnessed or experienced.

Ingredients of a Narrative Essay:

Every narrative essay involves the following:

1. People: These are persons who are responsible for the actions in the story.

2. Actions: Things must happen in the story you tell. Somebody must marry, travel, pass an exam, build a house, et cetera.

3. Setting: This refers to the time and places the action in the story took place.

4. Plot: This has to do with the order of the actions and what the results were.

Note:
i. Since you are narrating events that took place in the past, the language of your essay must be in the past tense.


ii. You may conclude your essay by stating your own impression of the events in the story. Your impression may be favourable or unfavourable depending on the facts you have narrated.

Class Activity:

Write an essay on the topic: “The day I met an AIDS patient”.

References:

1. Oral English Without Tears by  I. Udoka.
2. School Certificate English Language by I. Udoka.
3. New Oxford Secondary English Course for Senior Secondary Schools I by Ayo Banjo et al
4. Intensive English for Senior Secondary Schools I by B. O. Oluikpe et al  

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