• Gtgt
    com The purpose of descriptive writing is to make our readers see, feel, and hear what we have seen, felt, and heard. Whether we're describing a person, a place, or a thing, our aim is to reveal a subject through vivid and carefully selected details. Each of the four paragraphs below responds, in...
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  • Describing Yourself
    Describing the personality of a teacher Our Latin teacher named Clara, was swarthy, tiny woman with blue eyes that were sparkling  and she had graying hair She had a neat complexion and a very good dress sense. She was our Latin teacher in my high school. Going to Latin class was always fun because...
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  • compare/contrast
    being free. The author uses a lot of descriptive words to let the readers feel the story that the author is trying to tell. I truly do like the way the author uses descriptive words allow me to use my imagination to see the story in its entirety. I can close my eyes and see the how the bird looks...
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  • Sulating Pananaliksik
    The purpose of Descriptive Writing is to make our readers see,feel,and hear what we have seen,felt and heard.Whether we’re describing a person,a place,or a thing,our aim is to reveal a subject through vivid and carefully selected details. Each of the paragraphs below responds,in its own way,to the guidelines...
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  • Descriptive paragraph
    The purpose of descriptive writing is to make our readers see, feel, and hear what we have seen, felt, and heard. Whether we're describing a person, a place, or a thing, our aim is to reveal a subject through vivid and carefully selected details. Each of the five paragraphs below responds, in its...
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    * There are a variety of ways to introduce your topic. You can begin with an impression that conceals your subject. For instance, if you are describing a fireworks display, you could write, "There were so many bright colors and loud bangs I thought we were being attacked." Alternatively, begin with...
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  • writing a narrative essay
    were legs and letters . . .” T he essays you write and the stories you tell come alive when you use description, narration, and example. Descriptive techniques help you show your reader what you see, hear, smell, touch, or taste. Narrative techniques help you concisely tell a reader a story...
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  • difference and similrity
    Differences and Similarities Between Narrative and Descriptive Essays Betty Turner ENG 121 Instructor: Erin Nelson 03/25/2013 What are the differences in narrative and descriptive essays? This is a question many students ask. Having experienced writing...
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  • Descriptive Writing
    DESCRIPTIVE WRITING DESCRIPTIVE WRITING is the clear description of people, places, objects, or events using appropriate details. An effective description will contain sufficient and varied elaboration of details to communicate a sense of the subject being described. Details used are usually sensory...
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  • terms
    understand. Try not to use words that are not really that descriptive. Classification It is used when you want to identify something specific. You would break what you are classifying into different parts. More specific parts. Each body paragraph of a classification essay is dedicated to fully illustrating...
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  • importance of text organisation in english language
    it would have been. I am in debt to my faculty advisor Mr. AKASH KUMAR for giving such an interesting and wonderful topic “IMPORTANCE OF LEGAL ENGLISH” and making it seems easy by clearly explaining its various aspects. I am also grateful to all my friends who have given valuable suggestions pertaining...
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  • Creative Writing
    creative writing requires good description. Include all 5 senses: sound, smell, taste, touch, sight. Choose a place well-known to you. Write a one paragraph description of a place. Writing exercise 1-Sight Make a list of everything that can be seen in the setting. Don’t worry about sentences. Remember...
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  • Application 4
    engagement to some of lessons. Since I only teach Math, Science, and Social Studies, I predict that I would be most likely to use this strategy with my Social Studies lessons. One such lesson/unit fourth grade teachers are required to teach according to Georgia's Social Studies curriculum, is...
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  • Essay Analysis of the Boy and the Bank Officer
    Essay Analysis Philip Ross created a great essay in “The Boy and the Bank Officer.” He carefully chose creative and descriptive language while keeping the rhythm of the essay. He created an informative and insightful essay about a boy and a man’s experience while at the bank. This essay shows that...
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  • How Does Bronte Create Tension and Suspense in Jane Eyre’s Walk Into Hay.
    Jane Eyre, as the eponymous character, has become closer and better known to us than to any familial member or friend. Because of this we understand the way she writes, and subsequently how she views her own new environment. Her vivid descriptions and powerful imagery remind us of where her imagination...
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  • Comparison of Travel Writing Eras
    ‘don’t worry mum, we scooped the ice out of every glass, just in case!’ as blogging sites are commonly used as a method of contact for relatives and friends while a person is travelling. A range of sentences are used throughout the writing, often compound and complex. However, some simple sentences are...
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  • Rhetorical Modes
    your essay. Description To illustrate or paint a vivid picture of the characters, topic, or environment using sensory detailed descriptive words. The opening paragraph should set the stage, set the tone, and purpose of the paper, or essay. The writer describes the environment or subject from top to...
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  • Project
    Kinds of Paragraphs Academic Writing Course Spring Semester, 2008 Students Names: Lecturer: Kaye Canonigo Table of Content Descriptive Paragraph 3 Describing people 3 Describing places 4 Describing things...
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  • Araby; A literary Analysis
    decent lives within them, gazed at one another with brown imperturbable faces.” (609). Joyce uses many light and darkness references in the first paragraph to set up the plot of the story. The story starts in a street that is “quiet” until the “Christian Brothers’ School sets the boys free.” The narrator...
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  • Catch 22
    of bureaucracy. Additionally, Yossarian’s role seems to be symbolic especially in regards to bureaucracy and the overall setting of the passage. In my opinion, Yossarian’s attempt to escape the war and the insanity involved with it is a symbol of refuge. Even though the hospital serves as protective...
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