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nick has discovered that he learns best when he read a broad overview before he he looks at different points of view what type of passage should he read first?

Narrative or expository

should the answer be expository?

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    Narrative = telling a story (fact or fiction)

    Expository = stating facts and explaining them

    Yes, it is definitely expository!

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