Sunday, 4 November 2012


As you get started on your descriptive essay, it's important for you to identify what you want to describe. Often, a descriptive essay will focus on portraying a person, a place and sometimes a pet.

Writing a descriptive essay can be a rich and rewarding experience, but it can also feel a bit complicated. It's helpful, therefore, to keep a quick checklist of the essential questions to keep in mind as you plan, draft, and revise your essay. Here you have some hints:
By Olivander. C. Commons
  • Plan your descriptive composition
What or who do you want to describe
What is your reason for writing this description?
What are the particular qualities do you want to focus on?

  • Draft your descriptive composition
Paragraph 1 Who or what you are going to write about.
Paragraph 2 Physical description
Paragraph 3 Information about personality or about what this place means to you
Conclusion Choose a suitable closing sentence or sentences

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