Palm Islands

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INTRODUCTION A. Do you know about Palm Island? B. Of course you ever heard about this world’s largest man-made islands. C. I believe all of you are interested to know more about this precious creation in the world. D. There are many interesting story about this island. E. Today, I would like to inform you about the Palm Islands.(Let’s me start by explaining a little bit about Palm Islands.) |

BODY 1. Palm Islands are artificial islands in Dubai, United Arab Emirates which constructed the major commercial and residential infrastructure a) Each settlement resembles the shape of palm tree and topped with crescent. b) The islands are located off the coast of The United Arab Emirates (UAE) in the Persian Gulf and add 520 kilometers of beaches to the city of Dubai. c) This island facilitate a large number of residential, leisure and entertainment centers. |

2. The Palm Islands also been called as The Trilogy Islands which consists of three islands such as Palm Jumeirah, Palm Jebel Ali and Palm Deira. a) These three islands have over 100 luxury hotels, exclusive residential beach side villas and apartments, marinas, water theme parks, restaurants, shopping malls, sports facilities and health spas.(First, I’ll tell you about Palm Jumeirah, the early created island) |

POINT 1 1. The Palm Jumeirah is in the shape of a palm tree. a) It consists of a trunk, a crown with fronds, and surrounding crescent Island that forms an 11 kilometers long breakwater. b) The crown is connected to the mainland by a 300 meters bridge. c) The crescent connected to the top of the palm by a subsea tunnel. d) Palm Jumeirah is expected to become the world’s premier resorts and the self-declared ‘Eighth Wonder of the World’ e) The island doubled the length of the Dubai coastline. |

2. According to the developer’s publicity material, the Palm Jumeirah will feature: i. Themed hotels ii. Villas iii. Apartments buildings iv. Beaches,

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