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How formal does an autobiography have to be?

Everyone in my class has gotta write this autobiography about themselves that's due tomorrow.

How formal do I have to sound? Or non-formal?

My first sentence is, "My name is Bethany Lawrence, but you can call me Bethy!"

I'm afraid it's too informal, but if I make it too formal, it will sound too boring and my teacher will be all "Ah! Just have fun with it! You kids are smart!" He's one of those teachers who's just laid-back and silly. So I figured he wouldn't be upset about it. But I don't know! This is an honors class!


How are autobiographies (hate spelling that word) NORMALLY written?
 NoahFanNumber1 posted over a year ago
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polarwagon15 said:
Autobiographies are written like biographies except they're automatic.
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But seriously, an autobiography does not need to be that formal. As long as it follows the first person view of writing.
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Ssmiley_143 said:
I had to write on a week atrás and i think " My name is Bethany Lawrence, but you can call me Bethy!" is good except maybe you should leave out the but you can call me bethy part because my friend wanted to do that but my teacher started to yell at her!
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XxKeithHarkinxX said:
Uhh... i wrote one of those back in 3rd grade.... .3.
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