How to Write a Descriptive Essay

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  • Improving My English Composition: Strengths And Reflection

    However, I am now able to much more than I was able to do in the past, this includes identifying my strengths and weaknesses. For instance, I have found that I am better at writing descriptive papers than argumentative papers. This college course has definitely helped me improve my overall writing. My first paper in English Composition opened my eyes to how inadequately I had written before. Before I took this course, I had no idea what a thesis statement was or that it even existed. When I did learn about thesis…

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  • John Steinbeck's Story Analysis

    The ideas and different lessons learned in John Steinbeck’s stories are very real, as they make you feel a part of the deep story. John Ernst Steinbeck Jr., was born February 27, 1962, in Salinas, California, as he grew up there as well. The Red Pony is a book about a boy named Jody who gets a very special horse named Gabilan. The horse sadly dies from a bad cold as Jody recovers and later finds out new mysteries about his town. The author’s style of writing explains a lot as the author writes…

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  • Case Study D2

    D1) If I were to mentor a first year student on how to effectively analyse a case study, I would first let the student do some background research on the topic he would be learning about, to give him the basic information he would need to carry on. The other main point I would tell the student to do is to create a plan to make it easier for him. Now that he has some knowledge about the topic it wouldn’t be too hard to construct a plan. I would advise the student to look for relevant information…

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  • ##hetorical Analysis Of Literary Language In 'The Irony' By Hayasaki

    The tone and writing style shifts abruptly as the final scene begins. It is almost as if a new story begins, but it has been set up. The stylistic change is noticeable from the first sentence. Hayasaki writes, “It felt like an 80,000-pound semi-truck had parked on Will Piper’s chest” (Hayasaki). She starts out with a complex simile. This kind of literary language is unusual for more academic, expository writing. Hayasaki uses many similes and metaphors throughout this central and final scene.…

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  • Short Story: Tuesdays With Morrie

    When LaMarian Watkins was a young boy in elementary school, his mother, an aspiring school teacher, would sit him down and tell him to read and write for two hours every day. His mother wanted to make sure he had a strong reading and comprehending level at a young age. She knew it was imperative to have knowledge built on a strong foundation. This continued until Mr. Watkins attended Hickory Ridge Middle School in Memphis, TN where he started to write on his own for pleasure. During middle…

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  • Summarize The Main Question Of My Beautiful Dog

    Student ID : GEC000006Q Student Name : Jerry Wai Teck Seng Assessment : VU21469 Task 1 Read a straightforward descriptive text 1. What is the title of this text ? My beautiful dog 2. Summarize the main topic of the first paragraph. She describe her dog how sweet and cute and lovely , describe her dog like a little kitten when he puppy , and the dog size , colour of body and his eyes. 3. Summarize the main topic of the second paragraph. She introduce his name and describe he like a wolf because…

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  • The Importance Of Animal Nutritionists

    animals under their supervision” (The Balance). Animal nutritionists need to bring a lot of skills to their job to be considered exceptional such as their thinking and writing skills. To be a remarkable animal nutritionist one must have the ability to use expository and descriptive writing to be able to write accurate and informational feed plans that are easy to follow and understand. To set themselves apart from other animal nutritionist’s people in this field need to have creative and logical…

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  • Narrative Elements Of In The Kitchen

    audience get a clear sense of who she is and how she feels about herself. It also gives the audience a clear understanding of how the rest of her essay was written. It is clear that Kusz uses her tragic past to, catch her reader’s emotion’s, which makes her essay more persuasive. Jr. Gates essay, is about his journey of observing his mama throughout his life. This is similar to Kusz, as her essay is about her journey to becoming more self-confident. His essay was written through the perspective…

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  • Bardugo Analysis

    Major American Author essay Who is Leigh Bardugo? Leigh Bardugo is an amazing author, who writes young adult fantasy novels. Bardugo is a unique and astonishing author. Some of the ways that makes Bardugo such a great author are the ways she sets the tone, mood, and how she uses imagery in her novels. One way Bardugo is an amazing author, is the way she uses tone in her novels. Bardugo really knows how to emphasize the tone in the words she uses in her books, causing the reader to experience…

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  • Restaurant Reflection Project

    Robel Haile Sylvia Wolak English 160 11/21/2017 Reflective Final Project The genre of my writing project one was the “Review.” The task of this assignment was to write a 2 to 3-page review of any cultural event or venue from a Chicago neighborhood. Thus, I reviewed a restaurant and based on the task, I included a brief history of the restaurant, décor evaluation, Food/menu evaluation and a conclusion typical “the bottom line” style of the RedEye in my review. I was also required to write a cover…

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