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Describing People

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Oral and Written Workshop - Mrs Nievas Graciela
Date: May 23th, 2011 Student: Chuichuy, D. Nicolás
Paper Nº 3 – Describing People - First Draft

A Kindly Child
Oliver, my step son, is a young, good-hearted and kind boy. I first met him in a book shop years ago where he was forced to steal a handkerchief silk from my pocket; however, he was not the one who committed the pickpocket. At first glance you can see he is small and quite slim young man. He has got an oval face with bright blue eyes and a little mouth; furthermore, he has short brown straight hair. He is quite handsome, especially when he shows her bright smile. On the other hand, when I saw him firstly he was pale and thin with an expression of sorrow in her face which has no more. The most characteristic thing about Oliver is his unprecedented kindness. Despite the fact that he has raised in corrupt surroundings, his purity and virtue are absolute. What is more, even when he is abused and manipulated, Oliver does not become angry or indignant. Oliver’s moral scruples about the holiness of property seem inborn in him. Furthermore, other pauper children use rough idioms, but Oliver, oddly enough, speaks in proper words. His grammatical meticulousness is also inexplicable, as he presumably is not well-educated. I admire Oliver because he shows people how to be a better person. Moreover, his generosity of spirit is total, and even when faced with serious maltreatment; he has never lost his sense of morality or humanity.

Her hair is brown, her eyes are honey colour. Moreover, she has a small nose and a big small. Today she is wearing a brown and white sweater, blue trouser and black shoes. The first thing you notice about him, are his blue eyes, small upturned nose and large sensuous mouth, which make his face very photogenic. At first glance you can also see her short, brown hair, as well as slender...