- Before reading document: It is when a passage is written with such clarity that the reader is able to picture the whole scene described in his/her mind./ Basically, it involves all five senses within the writing itself, in order to involve the reader more into a real life scenario. - After reading document: It is when a passage is written such that the reader can imagine seeing, feeling, hearing, tasting and smelling whatever the writer is describing. It is also as if the writer is a human camera. Descriptive writing seems to be like a picture made of words, it does not tell you how food is delicious, instead it shows you how appetizing was the food.
- Before reading document: It entails a wide range and good use of vocabulary and adjectives. - After reading document: It entails precise vocabulary, not just adjectives and adverbs./ It entails very detailed and imagined scenarios which is linked to the five scenes from time to time, using very vivid descriptions and phrases, adding colour to the writing.
.- Before reading document: There is no story to be told in descriptive writing, but more of just providing vivid descriptions to a scene, object or a person. .- After reading document: It is when a passage is written involving more of their five senses, emphasizing more on a certain scenario or object while revealing the description of it without thinking of a storyline or most of the things happening around it.
Before Reading Document: Descriptive writing is a way for you to make the reader feel what you are feeling, not just a way of sharing information.
After reading document:
1. Descriptive writing is just all about describing a particular scene vividly and the scene would be described in a detailed manner.
2. It makes use of many suitable adjectives which describe places/people/things creatively and vividly
3. Descriptive writing allows a writer to be more open-minded and to use colourful words while writers have to maintain a strict language flow in other text types. There are no limitations in descriptive writing, you can just let your imagination flow.
1. Descriptive writing can be defined as “words of art”. They can allow you to “paint” a vivid picture of the setting in the reader’s mind and maybe even let them be part of the story. Descriptive writing coaxes the reader to not only enter but also become a part of the world the writer is trying to create. In other words, descriptive writing helps to connect the reader’s mind to the story he/she is reading.
2. It involves artistic adjectives (aka “describing words”) which enhance a sentence, together with making precise use of all the five senses. Descriptive writing also focuses more on specific terms than abstract terms (such as bright vs. beautiful). The definition of "beautiful" will vary from person to person, but words like "bright" will not. The use of symbolism, metaphor and irony helps enhance the writing and facilitates stimulation.
3. Descriptive writing gives one an opportunity to use colourful language and imagination and even the impossible can be made possible by the words you use. However, in other text types (eg. Formal letters) only certain type of words are strictly meant to be used.
Before reading the file, Descriptive writing is a writing technique used to describe certain characters or scenes vividly with adjectives and verbs. Descriptive writing is a way of portray characters with more details and being precise with every detail.
After reading the file, Descriptive writing is a writing technique used to not only vividly describe a scene using adjectives and verbs, but to also convince readers of the qualities characters in the scene possess and to evoke certain emotions within a reader about the scene.
Before reading the file, Plenty of adjectives, adverbs and verbs complimented with good vocabulary. Similies, metapors, emotions and feelings
After reading the file, It entails the use of all five senses, methaphors, vivid similies and feelings. Making the reader feel as if he or she is looking at the scene through a camera and also has feelings like the characters within the scene.
Unlike expositions and formal letters where we have to write along a borderline. In descriptive writing, though we are only stuck to one scene we can use a wide range of metaphors, similies and make the overall essay be fun with the choice of words we have. I think in other text types, we have to focus more on grammar compared to the descriptions we add and vocabulary but in descriptive writing, we have to give equal importance to both.
Initial thoughts, It is used to let readers feel and experience whatever is written. It generally describes whatever is happening to give the reader a better idea of the characters and setting.
After reading, It is used to allow readers to feel and experience the story through their own imagination so that the reader can have a panoramic view of the setting and activity. The correct use of vocabulary will enhance the reading experience of being in that person's shoes. This promotes greater understanding and the reader will become more interested in the text as it intrigues his/her senses. From the reader's perspective, it should be like a snapshot's view, where the reader is allowed to zoom in and out to scrutinise the setting and to experience it first-hand.
Initial thoughts, It entails similes, metaphors and complicated vocabulary to describe to the reader.
After reading, Mental pictures and emotional feelings etch an image into the readers' mind. It shows the reader, not just simply telling. For example, comparing "There is food on the table." and "The smell of the delicious Christmas spread enticed the children to the dining table". It uses adjectives, adverbs, vivid similes, metaphors, precise vocabulary (although not excessively), as well as the five senses of sight, sound, smell, taste and touch, to create that mental image.
Initial thoughts, For a descriptive writing, it lets the reader use his/her power of imagination to experience the setting. However, letters convey messages, expositions are informative, stories have a storyline, hence these are very different from descriptive.
Descriptive writing lets the reader paint a mental image with his/her own imagination. It involves the reader's five senses, unlike other text types.
Before reading, Descriptive writing is a writing technique used to describe certain characters or scenes using adjectives and verbs.
After reading, Descriptive writing evokes emotion in a person through describing the characters and settings using similies and metaphors.
Before reading, many descriptive words and adjectives
After reading, all five senses, methaphors, vivid similies, feelings effective description is developed through careful choices of vocabulary. It enables the readers to picture, the entire scene and every movement and feeling of the character, in their minds. It is a better way to enable the readers to understand and be drawn to the story
Descriptive essays do not have formats and they focus more on describing the characters in the story.It enables the readers to picture, the entire scene and every movement and feeling of the character, in their minds. It is a better way to enable the readers to understand and be drawn to the story.
Descriptive writing is painting the picture with words making it seem real, New node
After reading, Descriptive writing is painting a picture through using similies, metaphors, adjectives to evoke emotion as well as to vividly describe a setting or a character
Descriptive writing does not have a format and does not need to be factual. It is better to be imaginative, expressive and vivid instead.