how does one write in continuous prose?

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  • Continuous prose is the form of writing that you read daily in newspaper articles, in novels, biographies, historical books, and so forth. Essays are written in continuous prose, for instance, and have to be written in full sentences with punctuation. Letters also are in continuous prose.

    Examples of forms of writing which are not in continuous prose are poetry, verses, lecture notes, bullet points, advertising leaflets, abbreviations, and phone texts.

    Most of the entries that you read on Yahoo are written in continuous prose if they contain more than one sentence.

  • As prose is non-rhyming writing. An essay could be considered prose. Therefore, you write until you run out of things to say.

    Have a strong beginning to grab your readers and make sure you keep their interest throughout. You need to let them know when the end has come with …. the ending.

    That’s why we have always said that you need to have a beginning, middle and an end.

  • That’s tough,you gotta have it inside ๐Ÿ˜‰

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