What is limited paragraph?
It is when you can only write how ever many sentence per paragraph before you have to start a new one. Usually 7-9 sentences at the most.
No, usually it is considered good practice to keep a paragraph limited to one topic and start a new paragraph when the topic changes. (There are, of course, exceptions, such as a paragraph that sets two different topics in relation, but several topics in a single paragraph is often a sign of sloppy writing and rarely a prerequisite for a good paragraph.)
A descriptive paragraph will describe a person, place or thing in detail. However, such a paragraph is usually limited to what can be seen, heard or sensed through tactile contact. An explanatory paragraph, on the other hand, will go into the "why" and the "how come" of a particular event, thereby explaining it.
No. If you just have the cursor in the paragraph, without selecting anything at all, it can apply paragraph formatting to that paragraph. Paragraph formatting is something that can apply to a whole paragraph only, like alignment. Word knows you are applying a paragraph setting, so it applies it to the whole paragraph even if it not selected. A paragraph setting can never be applied to part of a paragraph, so once the cursor is…
A persuasive Paragraph is a paragraph that tries to get you or the reader to do something. A persuasive paragraph will usually include your topic, three or four reasons why, and then how you perform the action. They sometimes include an opinion against it but they always tell you why the reason is wrong.