Describing is really important in the communication of any language. As better we can describe, the better we can get the response of description. But whenever we describe, we need to describe in such a way that a listener or reader can feel the description.
Here I want to share with you: what is a description? How many parts of it? What are the different parts of the description? And also the vocabulary for proper description in the English language!
The description is the narrative explanation of any given topic in such a way that it can be easily understood.
It is also important to know that whenever we describe something, we relate our emotions to the particular description. For example, if we ask this question to two different people,
Which is better, a job or a business?
Both of them will share their own views.
Generally, we describe four categories in total:
Here, I also want to share some important vocabulary with you to describe things better.
- Describing self
You can use this vocabulary to describe any person, or you can also describe yourself. For example, If I describe myself, I will say
I am a diplomatic person.
I am very attentive.
I am a trustworthy person.
In the same way, you can describe yourself. Do this exercise and describe yourself in three sentences using this vocabulary.
- DESCRIBING THINGS OR OBJECTS
Just look around and describe objects near you by using this vocabulary.
- Colors OF OBJECTS
DARK – FESTIVE
NEON – PALE
Now focus on the different objects that you have, for example: Mobile, car, paint etc and describe colours of the objects.
Now describe the size of the objects in the same manner as you have done with colors.
Look at the material of your sofa or car sheet covers; you can also check the texture of your clothes and describe the texture of them.
OLD FASHIONED: SHINY
Clean and ENVIRONMENT-FRIENDLY
Now check the different products in your home and describe them using the vocabulary condition.
In the next part of this article, I will describe people, their appearance, personalities, events, routines, and many more.
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I wish you success.