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The aim of descriptive text : to describe the characteristics of particular person, thing, or place. Text Structure - Identification : Identifies thing, person, place, phenomenon to be described - Description : Gives the information of particular thing, person, or place being discussed or describes parts, qualities, or characteristics. Grammatical Features : - Who? What? - Using lingking verb and simple present tense - Epithet : adjective or adjective phrase - Attributive (the) - Use of attributive and identifying process Example Of Descriptive Text : IDENTIFICATION My PETS We have three family pets : a dog, and a tortoise Descriptions - The Dogs name is Benjamin. He is golden lambrador. He is beautiful. He has big brown eyes and a long tail. He is very friendly dog, but he is sometimes a little stupid. Dogs are expensive to keep bubt the yare fun to play with - Our cat is named Martha. She is quite young, but she is not a kitten. She is very pretty. She has black and white for and green eyes. She’s smart, too and very clean. - The tortoise’s name is Rocky. He has short, fat legs a long neck, and a very hard shell. HE is also very old and slow. He’s ugly and dirty, but I like him
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A descriptive text is a text which lists the characteristics of something. Take an example, the following is one of the text belongs to the descriptive text.
Prambanan Temple Prambanan is the largest Hindu temple compound in Central Java in Indonesia, located approximately 18 km east of Yogyakarta. The temple is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is one of the largest Hindu temples in south-east Asia. It is characterised by its tall and pointed architecture, typical of Hindu temple architecture, and by the 47m high central building inside a large complex of individual temples. It was built around 850 CE by either Rakai Pikatan, king of the second Mataram dynasty, or Balitung Maha Sambu, during the Sanjaya Dynasty. Not long after its construction, the temple was abandoned and began to deteriorate. Reconstruction of the compound began in 1918. The main building was completed in around 1953. Much of the original stonework has been stolen and reused at remote construction sites. A temple will only be rebuilt if at least 75% of the original stones are available, and therefore only the foundation walls of most of the smaller shrines are now visible and with no plans for their reconstruction. The temple was damaged during the earthquake in Java in 2006. Early photos suggest that although the complex appears to be structurally intact, damage is significant. Large pieces of debris, including carvings, were scattered over the ground. The temple has been closed to the public until damage can be fully assessed. The head of Yogyakarta Archaeological Conservation Agency stated that: “it will take months to identify the precise damage”. However, some weeks later in 2006 the site re-opened for visitors. The immediate surroundings of the Hindu temples remain off-limits for safety reasons. We get the purpose from the text above that description is used in all forms of writing to create a vivid impression of a person, place, object or event e.g. to: ·
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Describe a special place and explain why it is special. Describe the most important person in your live. Describe the animal’s habit in your report.
Descriptive writing or text is usually also used to help writer develop an aspect of their work, e.g. to create a particular mood, atmosphere or describe a place so that the reader can create vivid pictures of characters, places, objects etc. To complete our intention to, here are the characteristics based on descriptive writing or text, below; As a feature, description is a style of writing which can be useful for other variety of purposes as:
To engage a reader’s attention
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To create characters To set a mood or create an atmosphere To being writing to life
While in language function, descriptive writing;
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Aims to show rather than tell the reader what something/someone is like Relies on precisely chosen vocabulary with carefully chosen adjectives and adverbs. Is focused and concentrates only on the aspects that add something to the main purpose of the description. Sensory description-what is heard, seen, smelt, felt, tasted.Precise use of adjectives, similes, metaphors to create images/pictures in the mind e.g. their noses were met with the acrid smell of rotting flesh. Strong development of the experience that “put the reader there” focuses on key details, powerful verbs and precise nouns.
Beyond the characteristics stated on, descriptive writing also consists of generic structure in range as: 1. General statement 2. Explanation 3. Closing The description text has dominant language features as follows: 1. Using Simple Present Tense 2. Using action verbs 3. Using passive voice 4. Using noun phrase 5. Using adverbial phrase 6. Using technical terms 7. Using general and abstract noun 8. Using conjunction of time and cause-effect.
We can order traditional foods sold by the trader such as roasted fish. Kudus. We can see the beautiful sunset with our family or friends. people around Jepara. You can take public transportation or by your own vehicle. we can sit and relax on the shelter while enjoy the natural beach breezy wind. From the town square. We can make voyage around the beach or we can go to pulau panjang (panjang island).com/go/sites/mview/descriptive/14825328 . This place is more beautiful at dusk. The way to get there is very easy. come to the bandengan beach and you will find a paradise on the tips of Muria peninsula. http://peperonity. It also has large pandan tree field. the place is very beautiful and romantic.wordpress. boiled shell. The beach is save enough for swimming because the beach is shallow and the wave is not so big. Demak knows this place. we can rent the traditional boat owned by local people. In this place we can find many traditional footstalls.http://ahmadzahrowi. It is suitable for youngster activities such as camping. The white sandy beach which has pure water is good for swimming. If we want to sail. crab. Some time we can find banana boat and jet ski for rent. In this location.com/2009/03/16/descriptive-text/ Example of Descriptive text Bandengan Beach Bandengan Beach or Tirta Samudra Beach is the famous beach in jepara. Just follow the traffic sign and you will find it. This place is located 7 kilometers north of Jepara city center. Pindang srani is one of the delicious food enjoyed by the visitors. follow the road to Bangsri then turn left when reached kuwasen village.
” Ms. . my favourite teacher was Ms. believed in all of us and was a musical genius. cats. thin woman with black. inspiration. Nuraini usually wore bright long sleeve blouse that went well with her coffee-color skin. Nuraini wore loose-fitting pants. short hair.blogspot. Mrs.html My favorite teacher Essay by kelly18gold. she often had brown closed-toe shoes with just a slightly raised heel that made a peculiar ‘clip-clop’ sound as she walked. She was a great teacher. Kappes was a little. Ms. Also. I was not such a good pupil. on her feet. because she didn´t play favorites. I always enjoy the fragrance of the herbs that she grew in our classroom. someone who we feel a special connection with. Ms. http://donialiyanto. brakes 0Like 0Tweet My favorite high school teacher was Mrs. in which I was a member during high school in Germany. Finally. Nuraini. I always feel a bit nervous with tall teacher who tower menacingly over me.My Favourite Teacher Everyone has a favourite teacher. College. plus her warm smile.50 meters. On the top of her round head. It was reassuring to be around Ms. the best part of her face was her kind eyes that said to her students. September 2007 download word file. Undergraduate. First.7 1 reviews Downloaded 40 times Keywords confidence. Mrs. Nuraini to walk briskly around the classroom to help us when we were doing group activities. Kappes had always interesting and creative topics for her music class. brightened the lessons in her classroom. She was my music teacher and the leader of our choir. I can still feel her friendly touch on my shoulder as she stood listening carefully to our group or explaining something that none of us could figure out. but just looking at Ms. On most days. Kappes. The other ‘decoration’ on her hand came from types of ink from whiteboard markers and other sources. These low-heeled shoes made it easy for Ms. Nuraini made me feel that I was going to learn. Nuraini. Nuraini was 45 years old and rather short about 1. We studied for musicals (like Cats. And when a topic was kind of boring she had every time an idea to make it fun.com/2011/03/descriptive-text-my-favouriteteacher. just a simple Casio watch on her left hand and a ruby red ring on the ring finger of her right hand. voices. 1 pages ( 1 KB ) 3. We worked in groups in class or at her place. Ms. This. ”I care deeply about you. However. Since I’m short too. She did not wear much jewelry. Nuraini always wore a colorful headscarf with an intriguing design. In primary school. Phantom of the Opera.
who are a inspiration for students and their. who inspired me to make a singing education. She invested her free time for giving singing lessons after school or during our brakes. Kappes believed in our musical talents. Also she taught us techniques. so that we were able to train at home alone. that there are other teachers like her. I can say that Mrs.. friends and teachers came and watched our play.. Secondly. Mrs. we had a "creative evening". where all our families.My Fair Lady) and every one of us had a part to act and sing. Ian Cendika Total Tayangan Laman 3513 Blog ini Di-link Dari Sini Web Blog ini Di-link Dari Sini Web . Finally. She was the person. When we finished studying our parts. that we all have great talent and it felt really good. She helped every one in her class to improve our voices and be more self confident on stage. She told us every week. that she had such a confidence in our musical abilities. Kappes was the best teacher and she really cared about us. She taught us to be self confident with our voices and how to use different techniques to improve our singing skills. I really hope.
b. a. c. He has innocent round eyes and feeble sweet voice. c.30) for two-wheelers. . he always wakes up early. b. e. I’m so happy to spend my time with him. 30. the 5. The bridge has two lanes in each direction plus an emergency lane and a dedicated lane for motorcycles. He always meows when I come home. he’s a good cat. a. also known as the Surabaya– Madura Bridge. fares have been initially set at Rp. Opened on June 10. He is very adorable with his soft stripes fur. 434 m and 192 m. Characteristic Habit Habitat Food Behavior What is the purpose of the text about? To describe place To entertain the reader To describe something To tell how to make something To tell how to care for cats Suramadu Bridge The Suramadu Bridge (Indonesian: Jembatan Suramadu). When he wakes up earlier.000 (US$0. 4. a. However. d. d. c. The cable-stayed portion has three spans with lengths 192 m.4-km bridge is the longest in Indonesia and the first bridge to cross the Madura Strait. b. Most of the time. 3. he usually give me a kiss. It’s almost impossible for me to be angry at him. In the morning. The bridge was built by a consortium of Indonesian companies PT Adhi Karya and PT 1. fells hungry goes to sleep leaves home comes home wakes up Why is the writer almost impossible to be angry at his cat? Because …. It has innocent round eyes Most of the time. he waits quality by my bedside until I wake up. my favourite pet is Timmy. 2009. Timmy is a male tabby cat. it is a good cat It gives the writer kiss It always wakes up early It is a male tabby cat The second paragraph tell about…. 25 Januari 2011 contoh soal descriptive text My Timmy I have some pets. When does Timmy usually give a kiss to the writer? When the writer…. c. 2. d. Timmy is a nice playmate. The first toll bridge in Indonesia. d.000 (US$3 in 2009) for four-wheeled vehicles and Rp. a. b. is a bridge with three cable-stayed sections constructed between Surabaya on the island of Java and the town of Bangkalan on the island of Madura in Indonesia. 3. e.Selasa. e. e.
. it was discovered that nuts and bolts as well as maintenance lamps had been stolen and that there was evidence of vandalism of cables supporting the main span.Within a week of the opening. a. 2009. suramadu’s bridge connects the islands of Java and Madura d. b. 3 c. killing one worker and injuring nine others. Construction was started on August 20.Waskita Karya working with China Road and Bridge Corp. 2003 c. bridge was opened on March 31. 2009 e. c. August 20. March 31. b. Suramadu’s bridge also known as…. 494 meters d. 192 meters c. and China Harbor Engineering Co. a. e. Length of the Suramadu’s bridge is….. c. nothing is true 8. including connecting roads. 4 d. November 2005 10. The following statement is true. a girder collapsed. 2009. The main span of the bridge was connected on March 31. d. Suramadu’s bridge have … tracks in one way. but was restarted in November 2005. has been estimated at 4. d. Suramadu’s bridge connects the island….400 meters b. and the bridge was opened to the public in June 10.. Java and Sumatra Java and Bali Sumatra and Kalimantan Java and Madura Correct all 7. 5 5. June 10. When the bridge was built? a. a. . 5. 2003. 2009 b. Ltd. Work on the bridge halted at the end of 2004 due to lack of funds. July 2004 d. 2 b. except . e. 526 meters e. a. The total cost of the project. the long of Suramadu’s bridge is 5400 meters c. 2009 e. Longest bridge sura and madu Surabaya-Madura bridge toll bridge overpass 6. car charged at 30000 rupiahs 9. a. In July 2004.5 trillion rupiah (US$445 million). Suramadu’s bridge is also known Surabaya-Madura bridge b.
He is a movie freak. to entertain the readers d. and determined girl. She is tall and slim. Now. There are about nine cats. I have long wavy hair with round face. Jonathan's nick name is Jo. They also say that I'm a bit sensitive. His height is 176 cm. Her father is French. she dyed her hair black since last year. generous and diligent person. to tell a sequence of events c. However. Ronald and Jonathan. Jonathan is a funny person. He won so many prizes on Math. We met in the kindergarten. She has many cats in her house. My friends call me "The Chubby Hana" because I also have a chubby check. About me? Well. Chemistry and Physic competition. They are Firsty. Jo is a humorous.e. my name is Hana. 11. He has a round face with brown eyes. His spiky hairstyle makes him easily recognized. However. Since then. One of her favorite is a little orange cat. and sensitive . to describe persons and characters b. she is a little bit careless and stubborn. I'm the shortest one among them. He wants to be a chemist someday. Above all. She loves them all. divided we fall". an oval face and pointed nose. It means that our friends are people who will always be there for us any time we need them. She has long straight hair. Ron has straight hair and perfect face. We call him "The Charming Ron". There's no doubt about his good looking. I'm about 160 cm tall. his favorite subject is Chemistry. He is plump. our houses are still in the same block. However. He can always find a way to make the people around him laugh. Firsty is the youngest among us because she was born in December. I spend much time in my small studio just painting. We call her "The Sweety Firsty". we always go to the same school. he is humble. The purpose of the text is … a. confident. Most people. except … a. Actually the color of her hair is blonde. Moreover. let me introduce my friends one by one. Nevertheless. I wonder what it is in his head for he can create jokes spontaneously. Our motto is "United we stand. to teach the readers how to make friends 12. she wants to be a model. He was crowned as The Best Student this year. "The Sweety Firsty" is a cheerful. cheerful. Even though we are quite different. She has beautiful blue eyes. I'm so lucky because I have three best friends. He's about 168 cm tall. That's why we call him "The Big Jo". Ronald's nickname is Ron. His weight is 80 kg. we love each other and will keep this relationship for good. Firsty loves to dance and sing. He would never miss any new movie in the cinema. friendly and an easy going person. He dreams of becoming a famous actor one day. That's all about me and friends of mine. She calls her 'Shinny'. 6 My Very Best Friends I believe that a friend is an angel who lifts us off our feet when our wings have trouble remembering how to fl y. to persuade the readers to have many friends e. He is an intelligent and introvert person. We do everything together. We have known each other since we were four years old. humorous. even my parents say that I'm a careful. The followings are Firsty's characters. I love painting. She's about 171 cm. It means "together we are stronger". Most of girls in our school love and adore him.
stubborn. He is chubby. determined d. She loves singing. b. She loves Chemistry. Hana has long straight hair. cheerful. transforms. b. a trance-inducing exorcism dance. She loves watching TV. Also known as the Ramayana Monkey Chant. easy going. and consumes non-Western or peripheral cultural elements. Cheerful Kecak Dance Kecak (pronounced [?ket?ak]) is a form of Balinese music drama. German painter and musician Walter Spies became deeply interested in the ritual while living in Bali in the 1930s and worked to recreate it into a drama. These travels have helped to make the Kecak famous throughout the world. He is plump. What is Jonathan like? He is fat. . while making 'art' which was once embedded in the culture as a whole. and strong-minded c. What is Hana's favorite? a. based on the Hindu Ramayana and including dance. humble. serious 23. This transformation is an example of what James Clifford describes as part of the "modern art-culture system" in which. sensitive. easy going. 15. confident. the piece. diligent. Firsty has a round face. performed by a circle of 100 or more performers wearing checked cloth around their waists. Jonathan is plump. determined. 16. originated in the 1930s and is performed primarily by men. Kecak was originally a trance ritual accompanied by male chorus. into a separate entity. c. 14. Jonathan wants to be a chemist. sensitive e. and funny. depicts a battle from the Ramayana where the monkey-like Vanara helped Prince Rama fight the evil King Ravana. c. He is friendly. Confident e. intended to be presented to Western tourist audiences. and funny d. and sensitive. percussively chanting "cak" and throwing up their arms. She loves painting. However. sensitive. c. and slim. b. Which statement is true according to the text? a. and sensitive. Kecak has roots in sanghyang. e. determined. 13. d. friendly c. A word in the text that has the same meaning as "strong-minded" is … a.a. "the West or the central power adopts. confident. She loves cats. d."Spies worked with Wayan Limbak and Limbak popularized the dance by traveling throughout the world with Balinese performance groups. humorous. b. Ron wants to be an artist. e. and funny He is fat. sensitive b. d. e.
well-known dancer I Limbak had incorporated Baris movements into the cak leader role during the 1920s. who describes the "modern art culture system"? a.blogspot. "devise a spectacle based on the Ramayana. For example." and it suggested that Limbak.a. d. c. 2. Sulawesi http://iancendika.com/2011/01/contoh-soal-descriptive-text. Correct All 20. "Spies liked this innovation. Bali b. 04 November 2009 Description Text 1. What is meant by kecak? a. place. Jawa c. from which the drama in the Kecak is taken? local legend Ramayana story Mahabharata Book mythical story legend 19. and scholar I Wayan Dibia cites a contrasting theory that the Balinese where already developing the form when Spies arrived on the island. Papua d. Prince Rama d. Description Text What is Descriptive Text? 1. bali dance c. e. Where is Kecak from? a. Wayan Limbak b.html Rabu. bali traditional weapons 18. Performer. or thing. b. I Wayan Dibia c. James Clifford e. Balinese music drama b. The Generic Structure of Descriptive Text ." accompanied by cak chorus rather than gamelan. choreographer. 17. traditional house bali d. Kalimantan e. holy book of bali e. Its purpose is to describe and reveal a particular person. as would have been usual. The Definition and Purpose of Descriptive Text Descriptive text is a text which says what a person or a thing is like.
Macquarie will be the only university in Australia with a railway station on site. Macquarie can be proud of that careful planning that retains and enrich the university’s most attractive natural features. The products are international trader mark and become the hottest trend. She said that the products covered all genders. She is really mad on that shoes. boot athletic shoes are designed in attractive way.Budhist temple. Macquarie area was a rural retreat on the city fringe. Recently. The North Ryde District has grown into a district of intensive occupation anchored by a vibrant and growing university. casual. A pleasing balance between buildings and plating is evident across the campus. It comprises landscaped creek sides and valley floor. In three years1 time. Macquarie is poised to be the most readily accessible in Sydney region by rail and motorway. It was build in the nineth century under Sailendra . Examples and structures of the text MacQuarie University Identification Macquarie University is one of the largest universities in Australia. My Friend's New Shoes I have a close Friend. in 2004. describing the phenomenon in parts. When she are walking on that shoes. Blessed with a fortunate location and room to breathe. attractive and trendy. Example of Description A. identifying the phenomenon to be described. This emphasis on the importance of landscape has created images of Macquarie as a place that members of the university are most likely to pleasurably recollect. She always pays much attention on her appearance. 3. native plants and eucalypts. The blowfish men's shoes are as elegant as she has. • Using adjective and classifiers in nominal group. One of the highlights of the landscape is the Mars Creek zone. including me watch and admire that she has the most suitable shoes on her physical appearance. or/and characteristics. it celebrates its 40th anniversary. This year. a grass amphitheatre. all her friends. where the New South Wales government sets aside 135 hectares for the institution. she bought a new stylist foot legs from blowfish shoes products. Borobudur Temple Borobudur is Hindu . qualities. B. yet retaining its beautiful site. and artificial lake… surrounded by rocks and pebbles. a railway station is under construction. • Description. bright color. The Language Feature of Descriptive Text • Using attributive and identifying process. The products provide varieties of choice. Description The university is located at the North Ryde Greenbelt. She is beautiful. • Using simple present tense 4. Ballet. but today the campus and its surroundings have evolved beyond recognition. Today. and brand represent her as a smart woman of the day. In 1964. Her new blowfish women's shoes are wonderful. Sydney. She always want to be a trend setter of the day.Descriptive text has structure as below: • Identification. This shoes really matches on her. She really have perfect appearance. The style.
kualitas. I think it is a clever animal. a sweet young lady. valuable • Using simple present tense. Misalnya: I have many pets. dsb. benda atau tempat tertentu secara spesifik. perilaku umum. yang bersifat describing. Indonesia. Borobudur temple • Description. Each of them is with a circle of bell shape-stupa. The way to the summit extends through some 4. • thinking verbs dan feeling verbs untuk mengungkapkan pandangan pribadi penulis tentang subjek. misalnya. Misalnya tampilan fisik (physical appearance). • action verbs. sharp white fangs. The design of borobudur which symbolizes the structure of universe influences temples at Angkor. dsb. misalnya Police believe the suspect is armed.dynasty of ancient Mataram kingdom. describing the Borobudur temple in parts. Description. house. etc Small Notes Description (Deskripsi) Ciri Umum: (a) Tujuan Komunikatif Teks: Mendeskripsikan ciri-ciri seseorang.8 km of passage and starways. The first five terrace are square and surrounded by walls adorned with Budist sculpture in bas-relief. The upper three are circular. misalnya. Central Java. Borobudur is well-known all over the world. classifying. • simple present tense. identifying the phenomenon to be described in general. sifat-sifat (characteristic). It has very thick fur. • berbagai macam adjectives. (b) Struktur Teks/Generic structure Identification. • detailed noun phrase untuk memberikan informasi tentang subjek. dsb. dsb. dsb. (c) Ciri Kebahasaan: Menggunakan: • nouns tertentu. Cambodia. Its construction is influenced by the Gupta architecture of India. My mum is realy cool.The temple is constructed. The temple is constructed on a hill 46 m high and consist of eight step like stone terrace. Borobudur is well-known. berisi deskripsi tentang bagian-bagiannya. misalnya teacher. Generic Structure Analysis • Identification. but my favourite one is a cat. numbering. Identifikasi tentang topik yang akan dideskripsikan. The entire adifice is crowned by a large stupa at the centre at the centre of the top circle. misalnya Our new puppy bites our shoes. Borobudur temple which is rededicated as an Indonesian monument in 1983 is a valuable treasure for Indonesian people. misalnya It was a large open rowboat. Borobudur is located in Magelang. • relating verbs untuk memberikan informasi tentang subjek. .my cat. eight terraces of Borobudur temple and its characteristics Language Feature Analysis • Using adjective and classifiers. dsb. two strong legs.
sat tight. Generic Structure: 1. What make different. The purpose of the two texts are to give the live-description of the object/participant. Using technical terms 7. etc. at the tree house. animal and scientific object. is the scope of the written object. its parts. between report and descriptive text. General statement 2. it belongs to report text. In the other hand. English – Descriptive Prambanan Temple Prambanan is the largest Hindu temple compound in Central Java in Indonesia.dsb A. Using noun phrase 5. • bahasa figurative. lengh. misalnya John is white as chalk. Readers by themselves will catch the impressive point of the object through that showing writing style.• abverbials untuk memberikan informasi tambahan tentang perilaku tersebut. This scientific and technical sense make clearer difference from descriptive text. Using action verbs 3. Explanation 3. Such report and descriptive text have the similarity in the social function and generic structure. Closing Dominant Language Features: 1. physical strengh. Using general and abstract noun 8. The way of descriptive text in showing thing is based on the objective fact of the thing. However if they are analyzed carefully. for example "my bicycle" with its specific characters. report text describes the way of certain things and frequently refer to phenomenon of nature. report is written after getting careful observation. wheel style. In short. The Differences between Report and Descriptive Text Some text types are quite difficult to differ. Using passive voice 4. misalnya fast. metafor. a) DESCRIPTIVE Purpose: To explain the processes involved in the formation or working of natural or sociocultural phenomena. descriptive text will convey more focus. It will talk about bicycle in general. the slight difference between the two text types will reveal. function for certain people or other general characters of bike. seperti simile. . Both the report and descriptive text try to show rather than tell the reader about the factual condition of the object. Using adverbial phrase 6. Using conjunction of time and cause-effect. located approximately 18 km east of Yogyakarta. colour. It describe the specific thing simply as the thing is. Using Simple Present Tense 2. eg: bicycle. dsb. If we talk about. Mostly.
My Pets We have three family pets: a dog. The head of Yogyakarta Archaeological Conservation Agency stated that: “it will take months to identify the precise damage”. The immediate surroundings of the Hindu temples remain off-limits for safety reasons. including carvings. a long neck. She’s smart. She is very pretty. during the Sanjaya Dynasty. and a tortoise. and a very hard shell. too and very clean. Reconstruction of the compound began in 1918. and therefore only the foundation walls of most of the smaller shrines are now visible and with no plans for their reconstruction. However. He is also very old and slow. The temple has been closed to the public until damage can be fully assessed. the temple was abandoned and began to deteriorate. or Balitung Maha Sambu. Much of the original stonework has been stolen and reused at remote construction sites. From the town square. but I like him. were scattered over the ground. but he is sometimes a little stupid. The tortoise’s name is Rocky. The way to get there is very easy. It was built around 850 CE by either Rakai Pikatan. Demak knows this place. It is characterized by its tall and pointed architecture. some weeks later in 2006 the site re-opened for visitors. He has big brown eyes and a long tail. The main building was completed in around 1953. damage is significant. Early photos suggest that although the complex appears to be structurally intact. Descriptions The dog’s name is Benjamin. He is big golden Labrador. the place is very beautiful and romantic. The temple was damaged during the earthquake in Java in 2006. fat legs. He’s ugly and dirty.The temple is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is one of the largest Hindu temples in south-east Asia. She is quite young. The white sandy beach which has pure water is good for swimming. but she is not a kitten. This place is located 7 kilometers north of Jepara city center. She has black and white fur and green eyes. You can take public transportation or by your own vehicle. The beach is save enough for swimming because the beach is shallow and the wave is not so big. a cat. A temple will only be rebuilt if at least 75% of the original stones are available. Bandengan Beach Bandengan Beach or Tirta Samudra Beach is the famous beach in jepara. Our cat is named Martha. typical of Hindu temple architecture. He is beautiful. He is very friendly dog. Dogs are expensive to keep but they are fun to play with. Not long after its construction. Just follow the traffic sign and you will find it. follow the road to Bangsri then turn left when reached kuwasen village. He has short. Kudus. This place . and by the 47m high central building inside a large complex of individual temples. Large pieces of debris. people around Jepara. king of the second Mataram dynasty.
Kota is city’s oldest commercial area. an is a major commercial and transportation hub within Asia-with a population of about 9 million. We can make voyage around the beach or we can go to pulau panjang (Panjang Island). Glodok. If we want to sail. physical strength.is more beautiful at dusk. crab. low plain and is prone to flooding during periods of heavy rainfall. Surrounding the square are Istana Merdeka. In short. Rainfall occurs throughout the year. Come to the bandengan beach and you will find a paradise on the tips of Muria peninsula. What makes different. economy. The purposes of the two texts are to give the live-description of the object/participant. In this place we can find many traditional footstalls. etc. To average annual precipitation in Jakarta is 1. length. We can see the beautiful sunset with our family or friends. color. The way of descriptive text in showing thing is based on the objective fact of the thing. cultural activities. Jakarta City Jakarta is the capital city of Indonesia. report text describes the way of certain things and frequently refer to phenomenon of nature. and the Istiqlal Mosque. animal and scientific object. we can sit and relax on the shelter while enjoy the natural beach breezy wind. Mostly. The climate is hot and humid year-round. Jakarta dominates Indonesian’s administrative. It will talk about bicycle in general. we can rent the traditional boat owned by local people. It is suitable for youngster activities such as camping. 790 mm. In this location. for example "my bicycle" with its specific characters. although it is the heaviest from November to May. In the other hand. the presidential palace. Pindang srani is one of the delicious food enjoyed by the visitors.g. report is written after getting careful observation. e. We can order traditional foods sold by the trader such as roasted fish. Some time we can find banana boat and Jet Ski for rent. retail and residential neighborhood with a large Chinese population. It is located south of the old Sunda Kelapa harbor. function for certain people or other general characters of bike. Both the report and descriptive text try to show rather than tell the reader about the factual condition of the object.: bicycle. its parts. It is centrally located within the country on the northwest coast of Java Island at the mouth of the Ciliwung river. Readers by themselves will catch the impressive point of the object through that showing writing style. If we talk about. it belongs to report text. boiled shell. This scientific and technical sense makes clearer difference from descriptive text. It describes the specific thing simply as the thing is. the south of Kota is a banking. Merdeka Square with Monas (The National Monument) dominates the city’s central district. It also has large pandan tree field. between report and descriptive text is the scope of the written object. descriptive text will convey more focus. wheel style. The city lies on a flat. Jakarta has more people than any other cities in Indonesia. . the National Museum.
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light many numerous sparse substantial Comprehensive List of Adjectives A aback abaft abandoned abashed aberrant abhorrent abiding abject ablaze able abnormal aboard aboriginal abortive abounding abrasive abrupt absent absorbed absorbing abstracted absurd abundant abusive acceptable accessible accidental accurate acid acidic .
acoustic acrid actually ad hoc adamant adaptable addicted adhesive adjoining adorable adventurous afraid aggressive agonizing agreeable ahead ajar alcoholic alert alike alive alleged alluring aloof amazing ambiguous ambitious amuck amused amusing ancient angry animated annoyed annoying anxious apathetic aquatic aromatic arrogant ashamed aspiring assorted astonishing attractive auspicious .
automatic available average awake aware awesome awful axiomatic B bad barbarous bashful bawdy beautiful befitting belligerent beneficial bent berserk best better bewildered big billowy bite-sized bitter bizarre black black-and-white bloody blue blue-eyed blushing boiling boorish bored boring bouncy boundless brainy brash brave brawny breakable breezy .
brief bright bright broad broken brown bumpy burly bustling busy C cagey calculating callous calm capable capricious careful careless Caring Cautious Ceaseless certain changeable charming cheap cheerful chemical chief childlike chilly chivalrous chubby chunky clammy classy clean clear clever cloistered cloudy closed clumsy cluttered coherent .
cold colorful colossal combative comfortable common complete complex concerned condemned confused conscious cooing cool cooperative coordinated courageous cowardly crabby craven crazy creepy crooked crowded cruel cuddly cultured cumbersome curious curly curved curvy cut cute cute cynical D daffy daily damaged damaging damp dangerous dapper dark dashing .
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draconian dramatic dreary drunk dry dull dusty dusty dynamic dysfunctional E eager early earsplitting earthy easy eatable economic educated efficacious efficient eight elastic elated elderly electric elegant elfin elite embarrassed eminent empty enchanted enchanting encouraging endurable energetic enormous entertaining enthusiastic envious equable equal erect erratic ethereal .
evanescent evasive even excellent excited exciting exclusive exotic expensive extra-large extra-small exuberant exultant F fabulous faded faint fair faithful fallacious false familiar famous fanatical fancy fantastic far far-flung fascinated fast fat faulty fearful fearless feeble feigned female fertile festive few fierce filthy fine finicky first .
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general gentle giant giddy gifted gigantic glamorous gleaming glib glistening glorious glossy godly good goofy gorgeous graceful grandiose grateful gratis gray greasy great greedy green grey grieving groovy grotesque grouchy grubby gruesome grumpy guarded guiltless gullible gusty guttural H habitual half hallowed halting handsome handsomely handy .
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The cliffs are covered with snow from November till late July.034m. First. It is situated at an altitude of 2. But you keep driving.the remote yet very popular mountain resort called Balea Lake. and only afterwards try to get to the lake.you take the main road and you’re disappointed cause you see no sign of snow and you think you have come such a long way for nothing. you have to reach Balea Waterfall. hoping to find that wonderful place where you can ski or .A Mountain Resort Rate This Paper: 1 2 3 4 5 Length: 404 words (1. we have just the perfect place.2 double-spaced pages) Rating: Red (FREE) ---------------------------------Mountain Resort For those who like winter sports like skiing and snowboarding.Descriptive Essay . Late spring is the best time to come. being the highest mountain resort of Romania. sometimes still persisting till the new one arrives.
There are many tow-days contests taking place here. The participants are from many different countries and they come here to have fun and do what they like and know best: extreme ski and snowboard.snowboard in T-shirt only. but woken by the lukewarm rays of sun. one would say specific to this place follow the contests. Parties where everyone is having a good time and creating a friendly atmosphere. This is the place where my friends and I spend a great deal of our leisure time. The area is fantastic for the best skiers and boarders and it offers excellent routes for freeride. But the calm doesn’t last too long. but there already are many kids who practice it. without worrying you’ll catch another cold and hoping to meet some of the friends you haven’t seen for the past month or more. Snowboard is relatively a new extreme sport in Romania. The atmosphere is very cozy-going and friendly. each one situated on one side of the lake. The calm and splendor of the mountains helps me relax and offers me the chance of escaping the every day routine and problems by doing what I like best: snowboarding. My Grandmother’s House No Works Cited Length: 496 words (1. Tired. So everyone is happy and anxious to finally arrive up there. the riders begin the new day with some tricks and jumps on the quarterpipe taking advantage of the snow as much as possible. when a peaceful silence covers the mountains.4 double-spaced pages) . The road makes a big turn and suddenly you see what you’ve been waiting for: the big mountains are still covered with snow. The party lasts till late in the night. The resort has only two chalets.
If I smell coffee. My Husband No Works Cited Length: 500 words (1.95 ---------------------------------I have met many people so far in this life.. The house was white with black trimming. but the person I enjoy remembering the most is my husband Jeff. . his intelligence. He was born and raised in Tennessee. The smell of burning hair would linger in the house for days. kind and caring man that I have ever met.. but most of the paint was. And yet he is the most gentle. the first reason being because of his positive attitude.95 $9. My grandmother’s house was always filled with people. even when he is feeling horribly ill him.95 $9.4 double-spaced pages) Rating: Yellow Price: $14. The one person who has influenced my life greatly is my husband.Rating: Yellow Price: $14. She would take a hot comb and straighten her clients’ hair. I can remember sitting in a chair watching her do hair. There was a smell of coffee in the air at all times.. My grandmother lived in it most of her life. and the way he expresses his love. He is always in a good mood. I have always loved my grandmother’s house because it made me feel safe and warm. He is a very big and strong character of a man. Jeff has a sexy southern drawl to his voice. weighs two hundred sixty seven pounds. This is the place I would have to go to before and after school. It seemed like all my grandmother did was make coffee. He is six feet tall. The house was old.. and such a nice smile. His hair is jet black with just a few silver and white strands throughout. I instantly think of my grandmother’s house.he has dark brown eyes. Jeff is a person who can be friends with anyone.95 ---------------------------------My most favorite place has always been my grandmother’s house.
and her skin is white. In the fourth quarter with us in the lead by five the scoreboard shows six seconds.brown eyes. This means that she can go to the beach. she is a beautiful girl. Furthermore. however she is accustomed to that. we can not forget her love and her boyfriend. and pizza being sold at the concession stand. and she has a pair of light. “It’s time to go”! I strap on my helmet with great enthusiasm and head towards the field to take my position. Marcela is a beautiful girl in all aspects. She is tall. she is thin. Also. she has long.95 ---------------------------------- Marcela is twenty one years old and has a cat. she has long thin legs. She is a good friend. As she has white skin she has problems with the sun.brown eyes. and wavy hair. a pair of light. She has long. she has white skin. . Firstly. popcorn. blond and wavy hair. The cheers coming from the crowd make it hard for me to hear. Marcela has studied English since last year at the University. I smell the hot dogs.A Beautiful Girl No Works Cited Length: 506 words (1.. The stands are filled with men. and beautiful arms.4 double-spaced pages) Rating: Red (FREE) ---------------------------------One one thousand. The Football Game Rate This Paper: 1 2 3 4 5 Length: 489 words (1.4 double-spaced pages) Rating: Orange Price: $4. blonde. The coach yells. but she just has to use sun cream to p. delicate fingers. he is Leonardo. and children waving their hands and homemade signs. women. and she has kind feelings.. The marching band has just left the field with the tuba player’s last note still ringing in my ear. Also. As a result of that.
five one thousand. . Depression. which left an open gap for the running back. three one thousand. I’m thinking to myself “What went wrong”? I feel the mud on my hands as I slowly start to come back to the rest of the world. Anticipation for the next game. I start to gag on my mouthpiece. Now I’m in so much pain. I suddenly realized that I have been hit. I feel a sudden breeze. Parents congratulating their sons. He must have slipped right passed me. Their quarterback quickly shouts out a play. siblings laughing. but all I can see is a glare from the sun. others are being comforted. Six one thousand. I’m now lying on the ground thinking to myself “What happened?” I taste a thick substance and quickly realize that my lip was bleeding. I didn’t even see him coming. I hear a whistle and see my opponent standing over me. I lay there thinking “Its all my fault. I notice that everyone is starting to leave. frustration. Staring at the field covered with empty cups and trash left behind by careless children. I look up. and we’ve lost. I hear the crowd roar. my bones ache as I start to get a headache. They’ve won by one. As the sweat rolls down my face my eyes start to burn. regret. My bones start to crack. What is going on? Who has won the game? Is it over? I turn my head a little to the left to see the scoreboard. He was like a mad cheetah on the verge of killing. His sweat starts to drop down from his face to mine. My hands start to shake as I start to run towards my opponent. Crowds heading for the exit. Four one thousand. My adversary had pummeled me to the ground.Two one thousand. I think to myself “Are my pads secure?” My thoughts quickly turn back to the game as I look up just in time to see two hundred and fifty pounds of blue and white running toward me at full speed. I’ve realized that the reason we’ve lost was because of me. and hit hard. My legs suddenly grow weak with fatigue. I’m overcome with disappointment. which begins to blind me. its all my fault”.