Basic ChatGPT Prompt Generator

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Free ChatGPT Prompt Generator

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Explanations of the dropdown fields for this free Prompt Generator for ChatGPT

Writing Styles:

  1. Academic: A formal and objective writing style used in scholarly or research-based writing.
  2. Analytical: A writing style that breaks down a topic into its constituent parts to examine and evaluate them.
  3. Comparative: A writing style that compares and contrasts two or more subjects to highlight their similarities and differences.
  4. Conversational: A relaxed and informal writing style that mimics natural conversation.
  5. Creative: A writing style that emphasizes imagination and originality, often used in fiction, poetry, and other forms of creative writing.
  6. Critical: A writing style that examines and evaluates a subject, often with a focus on identifying its strengths and weaknesses.
  7. Descriptive: A writing style that provides detailed and vivid descriptions of a subject to create a sensory experience for the reader.
  8. Entertaining: A writing style that aims to captivate and amuse the reader with engaging stories and witty language.
  9. Explanatory: A writing style that aims to explain a complex subject in simple and clear language.
  10. Formal: A writing style that is serious, reserved, and often used in academic, professional, or legal writing.
  11. Humorous: A writing style that uses jokes, puns, and satire to amuse the reader.
  12. Informal: A writing style that is relaxed and conversational, often used in personal communication and social media.
  13. Instructional: A writing style that provides step-by-step instructions on how to perform a task or complete a process.
  14. Instructive: A writing style that aims to educate the reader about a particular subject, often in a structured and systematic way.
  15. Narrative: A writing style that tells a story, often with a plot, characters, and a setting.
  16. Persuasive: A writing style that aims to convince the reader to adopt a particular point of view or take a particular action.
  17. Satirical: A writing style that uses irony and mockery to expose and criticize human vices and follies.
  18. Technical: A writing style that provides specialized and detailed information about a subject, often used in technical or scientific writing.

Writing Tones:

  • Formal: This tone is used in academic and professional settings where a serious, reserved, and objective approach is required.
  • Informal: This tone is more conversational and relaxed, often used in everyday communication and personal writing.
  • Humorous: This tone is playful, light-hearted, and often relies on jokes and sarcasm to engage the reader.
  • Serious: This tone conveys a sense of gravity and importance, often used in news articles or persuasive writing.
  • Sarcastic: This tone uses irony and mockery to make a point or convey a message.
  • Conversational: This tone is relaxed and natural, as if the writer is speaking to the reader in person.
  • Empathetic: This tone shows an understanding of the reader's feelings and experiences, and aims to connect on an emotional level.
  • Objective: This tone presents information in a neutral and unbiased way, without showing any personal opinions or emotions.
  • Subjective: This tone expresses personal opinions and feelings, often used in personal essays and creative writing.
  • Persuasive: This tone aims to convince the reader of a particular point of view, using convincing arguments and rhetorical techniques.
  • Confident: This tone exudes self-assurance and authority, often used in persuasive or informative writing.
  • Tentative: This tone expresses doubt or uncertainty, often used in exploratory or speculative writing.
  • Cynical: This tone expresses a belief that people are motivated by self-interest and cynical views of the world.
  • Ironic: This tone uses language that conveys a meaning that is opposite to its literal meaning.
  • Witty: This tone is characterized by clever, amusing, and humorous language used to make a point or engage the reader.

Writing Voices:

  1. First-person Singular: Writing from the perspective of the writer, using "I" or "me".
  2. First-person Plural: Writing from the perspective of the writer as a group, using "We" or "Us".
  3. Second-person: Addressing the reader directly, using "you".
  4. Third-person: Writing from the perspective of someone or something outside the story, using "he", "she", or "they".
  5. Limited: Writing from the perspective of a single character, using "he" or "she".
  6. Omniscient: Writing from an all-knowing perspective that can see into the thoughts and feelings of multiple characters.
  7. Objective: Writing that presents information in a neutral and unbiased way, without showing any personal opinions or emotions.
  8. Subjective: Writing that expresses personal opinions and feelings, often used in personal essays and creative writing.
  9. Active: Writing that emphasizes the actions of the subject, using active verbs.
  10. Passive: Writing that emphasizes the receiver of the action, using passive verbs.
  11. Formal: Writing that uses a reserved and serious tone, often used in academic and professional writing.
  12. Informal: Writing that uses a relaxed and conversational tone, often used in personal communication.
  13. Serious: Writing that conveys a sense of gravity and importance, often used in news articles or persuasive writing.
  14. Humorous: Writing that is playful and light-hearted, often using jokes and sarcasm to engage the reader.
  15. Sarcastic: Writing that uses irony and mockery to make a point or convey a message.
  16. Empathetic: Writing that shows an understanding of the reader's feelings and experiences, and aims to connect on an emotional level.

Output Formats:

  1. Plain text: This is a simple and unformatted text file that contains no styling or markup, and is easy to read and edit with any text editor.
  2. Markdown: This is a lightweight markup language that allows you to add formatting and structure to plain text documents using simple syntax, such as headers, bold and italic text, links, and lists. Markdown files can be converted to HTML, PDF, or other formats.
  3. HTML: This is a markup language used to create web pages, and allows you to add formatting, styling, and interactivity to your content using tags and attributes. HTML files can be displayed in any web browser.
  4. Spreadsheet table: This is a table with rows and columns of data that can be opened and edited in a spreadsheet software, such as Microsoft Excel or Google Sheets.
  5. Bullet Points: This is a list of items, with each item displayed as a bullet point, and is commonly used to present information in a concise and organized way.
  6. Numbered Bullet Points: This is a list of items, with each item displayed as a numbered bullet point, and is commonly used to present information in a structured and sequential way.
  7. CSV: A format for use in CSV files which are easily read by different software including Excel and Access.
  8. XML: A format often used for importing into databases.
  9. H1 and H2: Heading 1 and Heading 2 formats (splits output into headings useful for websites)

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