How to write descriptive essays

1. Brainstorm: Take some time to think about the topic and make a list of words, phrases, and ideas that come to mind.

2. Create an outline: Once you have your list of ideas, create an outline of the essay. This will help you organize your thoughts and create a structure for the essay.

3. Choose vivid language: Use words that evoke a strong image or feeling in the reader.

4. Use sensory details: Describe the topic using words that appeal to the reader’s five senses.

5. Show, don’t tell: Instead of telling the reader what the topic looks like, show them with vivid language and descriptions.

6. Be specific: Use concrete words and details to make the reader feel like they’re experiencing the topic firsthand.

7. Use comparisons: Use comparisons to explain the topic in a way that is easier for the reader to understand.

8. Conclude: Summarize the main points of the essay and leave the reader with something to think about.