All descriptions are written in hopes of putting an image into your head, and especially as sophomores, I believe that we are still learning how to write descriptions.
Avoid writing about yourself. You should give explains of people in general. Also think more carefully about how to support your arguments with strong ideas. Your second body paragraph has stronger ideas than the first. Be careful going too deeply into medical terminology when the actual topic is technology and society. This gives the impression you are a doctor and the only language you know well is medical language – being able to write two strong sentences with medical language will not give you a higher band score when the rest of your essay uses lower level language. Also check your grammar (plurals, articles) and vocabulary.
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Sole (2013), descriptive writing is “defined by painting pictures with words” (chapter 6.4, line 1), while narrative writing is described as “storytelling from the point of view of the narrator” (chapter 6.3, line 1).
Narrative writing is more appealing considering the reader is drawn into the worlds created by the storyteller; since narrative writing has a plot descriptive writing has no time elements or chronological order to the writing....
I still feel a tinge of sadness and nostalgia.
Body of Composition
-Memories of activities in the morning
-Going to school
Now let’s try to write a descriptive essay
by yourself, you can choose a topic below:
Describe an embarrassing incident.
Describe a visit to the dentist.
Describe an incident which you wish had never happened.
Describe an accident you witnessed.
A Descriptive Essay about a Place
should consist of the following parts:
where you give the name and location of the place and type of place, the distance and how to go there.
when you describe the atmosphere of the place, its exterior and interior, as well as the facilities available.
that includes your comments and feelings and recommendations if any.
VOCABULARY AND MODEL SENTENCES FOR DESCRIBING PLACES
Types of Places
Distance/How to get there..
Among the many islands in Malaysia, the “Pearl of the Orient” or Penang is the most popular.
Casually attired in a pair of jeans and a collared t-shirts, he appeared relaxed and comfortable.
Simply clad in shorts and a batik shirt, the foreigner walk into the restaurant.
She looked stunning in her long-sleeved blouse and matching skirt.
Model Sentence to Describe Clothes
The Steps Involved in the Writing a Descriptive
Composition about Experiences and Incidents
Please note that some of the above ideas are not connected to the exact essay question (for example, they include ideas about banning phones in hospitals or museums – these are ideas just to help you with the general topic rather than the exact essay question)
While both descriptive and narrative essays are similar in many ways, the descriptive essays use of language fully immerses the reader into the story and allows the reader to feel the intended emotion....
Descriptive There are many different types of writing styles that are used in everyday literature; in books and magazine articles, scholarly and academic journals.
Your opinion is given in the introduction – not separately. Please watch my video about how to write an introduction:
Also leave an empty line between your paragraphs to make them easier to see.
Write out the conversation between you and the reservation clerk.
You must include information about the following in your dialogue:
Location of Resort
How to Get There
The topics are offered below.
Choose one to satart your descriptive essay about places.
Describe your favourite place and why you like to go there.
Describe your dream house.
Topic Vocabulary for Describing People
Words to describe personality and character
Figurative Expression to Describe People
As ageless as the sun
As bald as an egg
As blind as a bat
As bold/brave as a lion
As clumsy as a bear
As cool as cucumber
As fit as a fiddle
As happy as a child
As hungry as a wolf
As mean as the miser
As poor as a church mouse
As thin as a rake
As white as snow
As good as gold
The apple of one’s eye
A black sheep
A blue stocking
A fitness buff
Has no backbone
A dare devil
Chicken hearted a couch potato
A jack-of-all trades
A Jeckyll and Hyde
A high flyer
A pain in the neck a wet blanket
A chip of the old block
Have green fingers
A smart alec
MODEL ESSAY – DESCRIBING PEOPLE
You received a letter from your friend who lives in another town saying that he had just been offered the post of a Head Perfect.
I’ve a confusion about thesis statement. Can I write a phrase after stating my opinion (However,I also believe that) for adding more information in my thesis statement or I’ve to stick only I completely agree/disagree that ?
this is my essay, could you give me some comment to improve it, many thanks!
Some people believe that using cell phones in the public areas can cause plenty of disadvantages and therefore should not be allowed, I disagree with this view because of a couple of reasons.
Firstly, mobile phones are muti-functional devices with various vital functions. Together with the development of technology, a cell phone can be a smart storage device with hundreds of pictures, videos or thousands of e-books. Nowaday cell phone holders can search information for work, or relax by watching films and listening to music whenever and wherever they wish. Futhermore, using applications on a cell phone could help you find the way to any place without being lost , even find hotels or restaurant when you travel.
Secondly, mobile phones are useful in emergency situations. 5 years ago, when I was going out with my friends, I had a serious car accident. I was faint away for a long time. My friends had no way but using my cell phone to contact with my family and called for the ambulance. It is clear that mobile phone could be a helpful and valuable device not only in the road casuaties but in other difficult circumstances such as fires , crimes.
To sum up, with the above mentioned functions, I believe that people should have the right to be free in using their phones in public places.