Get ready to roll up your writing sleeves and enjoy this list of words to describe places. With it, you'll be able to transport readers to fascinating places and times.
How to write a description of a place Level: intermediate Age: 12-17 Downloads: 124: Job descriptions, occupations and places of work. Level: elementary Age: 6-12 Downloads: 117: Job descriptions, occupations and places of work Level: elementary Age: 6-12 Downloads: 111: Describing places Level: intermediate Age: 11-100 Downloads: 108: Describing Places Level: advanced Age: 14-17 Downloads.
Description is a very useful and important style of writing and one that you need to master as it will crop up in your GCSE exam (often in Paper 1, Section B). Interestingly, although you will be asked to write a description, in the real world, no writer ever does. This is because description is not a purpose but a tool to help achieve a purpose. For example, description is a key part of.
Summer Weather and Vocabulary. boiling hot - describes a very hot day. sunny day - without clouds ( when it is warm and bright). sweltering - extremely hot and uncomfortable;. warm - a little hot. a heat wave - a period of extremely hot weather. clear up - become brighter (also to brighten up). sunshine - the light received directly from the sun. a sizzler - a very hot day.
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There is a place where you can talk about work and there is also a place where you can find a job and a place where you can find staff. There is a place where you can have fun and there is a place where you can talk about food or family. There is also a place where you can talk about money or love or philosophy.
One place I just had to see was Grand Canyon, so at Flagstaff I teamed up with six other British students, rented a car and drove off through the beautiful Painted Dessert. At Hopi Point (which is over 7,000 feet), we watched the sun set, but bizarrely the weather was so strange there were frequent strikes of lightning. That night, the seven of us crammed into a rented cabin for four.
This a description of a man the protagonist admires very much: Angel took a sip of beer and saw a striking young man enter the apartment. He was raven-haired, green-eyed and dressed head to toe in black. Due to his palpable charisma, at one glance, she deemed him a unique and special being. His character so strong in its presence, if this had been a Halloween party, a costume would have been.