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How to Write a Descriptive EssayThis video is nothing more than someones opinion and is for strictly educational purposes only.How to Write a Descriptive Essay A descriptive essay should create a vivid picture of the topic in the readers mind. You may need to write a descriptive essay for a class assignment or decide to write one as a fun writing challenge. Start by brainstorming ideas for the essay. Then outline and write the essay using sensory detail and strong description. Always polish your essay and proofread it so it is at its best. Choose a person to describe. One option for a topic is to describe a person that you know well in your life. This could be a family member like youror your father. It could also be a best friend a coworker or a mentor. Choose a person that you have a lot to write about so you have enough material for the essay.Pick a place or object to describe. Another option is to focus on a specific place or object that you have strong feelings about. This could be a place like your high school your workplace or your childhood home. You could also write about an important family heirloom or a gift from a friend.Select an emotion to describe. Some descriptive essays are about an emotion that you connect to or relate to. You may choose a strong emotion like anger loss desire or rage. You could then try to describe the emotion using your own experiences with it. Make a list of sensory details about the topic. Once you have chosen your topic draw five columns on a piece of paper or a word document on your computer. Then label each column for the five senses touch sight sound taste and smell. Write down as many details you can think of for the topic based on each sense. You can then use these notes in your essay.