Sabtu, 07 Mei 2011

We use sensory words when we describe people, things, and places. Sensory words mean words that relate to the senses of sight, sound, touch, smell, and taste.
1. Describing People
When we describe people, we write about physical characteristics, such as height, weight, and hair color.
Here are some words that can help to describe people.
a. Height : medium, short, tall.
b. Body type : athletic, heavy, muscular, petite, plump, skinny, stocky, thin.
c. Hair : blonde, brunette, curly, dark, light, long, red, short, straight, wavy.
d. Features : beard, dimple, freckles, glasses, mole, mustache, scar, wrinkles.

2. Describing Objects
Words for describing objects:
a. Color : black, orange, purple, yellow, etc.
b. Size : average, big, huge, small, etc.
c. Texture : rough, sharp, silky, smooth.
d. Smell : fresh, fruity, pungent, smoky, strong.
e. Shape : oval, rectangular, round, square.
f. Taste : bitter, bland, fruity, nutty, salty, sour, spicy, sweet.

3. Describing Places
Words for describing objects:

Clea,hilly,old, cold,hot,quiet,colorful,humid,
Flat,arrow,mountainous, windy,spectacular,

Where We Can Find Her?

The police are looking for a woman who stole a diamond necklace from Dayton’s Jewelry Store. According to the store manager, the woman is approximately five feet tall, very thin, light-skinned, and about 60 years old. She has short, straight gray hair and wears glasses. Her most distinguishing mark is the dimple in her chin. When she was last seen, she was wearing heavy blue eye make-up and large, silver hoop earrings. She had on a short black coat and black pants. If you see anyone fitting this description, contact the police department immediately.
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