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Text type: Non-fiction

Non-fiction texts are wide ranging and occur in many forms in everyday life. The tables and supporting guidance for each text type select the most common forms of non-fiction. Many non-fiction texts in real life blur the boundaries between text types and their features. The most common language features are listed for each text type but variants of all text types occur, especially when they are used in combination. The features listed are often but not always present.


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