What types of pronouns are acceptable to use in narrative essays?

It is appropriate to use personal pronouns in a narrative essay. According to MLA formatting guidelines, the first line of each paragraph should be indented 5 spaces.

In which type of writing should you avoid the use of first person pronouns?

The fields of medicine, biology, and mechanical engineering tend to avoid first-person pronouns, while sociology, philosophy, and literary studies tend to use them more frequently.

Why should you not use pronouns in formal writing?

1. Do not use first-person pronouns (“I,” “me,” “my,” “we,” “us,” etc.). Using these expressions in analytical and persuasive essays can make the writing wordy, can make the writer seem less confident of his or her ideas, and can give the essay an informal tone.

How do you use example?

The inner city has narrow streets; for example, two motorcycles can pass by each other, but two cars can’t. Use a comma to join an independent clause to a phrase introduced by an adverb for example. A comma is also used after the adverb introducing an example. (for instance, that is, in fact, etc.)