eng1A - the piece next to it. The finely polished hard wood...

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Description The lavish exterior decorated in cheerful Christmas lights shown even more beautiful than the other homes around it. The rich, green finely cut grass made the exterior of the house look clean and perfect. There were numerous cars outside probably one for each of the seven people who lived there. The exterior of the house was marvelous. The color was pure white as snow and the columns were statuesque almost as if they were from Ancient Greece. Striking double doors graced the entrance of the house making one feel welcome. The interior of the house was immaculate. As if it was telling someone not to damage anything. Inside was a grand foyer that was clean and sparkling. It seemed like everything belonged in its place; from the framed family pictures on the tables and the mirrors on the wall to the soft velvet like carpet on the floor. The color scheme in the family room was black and white and every piece of furniture blended in perfectly with
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Unformatted text preview: the piece next to it. The finely polished hard wood floor was so shiny that it was like looking into a mirror. The baby grand piano in the corner gave the room an extravagant look. Its beauty radiated throughout the room as if someone was playing its keys. The room seemed to go on forever vertically with the ceilings going sky high. The winding staircase spiraled all the way up to the second floor. Upstairs was just as beautiful as the first floor. It had five rooms. Each one was gorgeous in its own way. One room had was child-like and dinosaur wallpaper which was perfect for the little boy in the family. The teenager’s room was a mix of different kinds of décor ranging from posters of music artists, fashion models and drawings on the wall. The other bedroom not occupied by anyone was more of a place to hangout with friends and relax. It was a place to get away from the lavishness and the extravagance of the world downstairs....
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This note was uploaded on 06/11/2008 for the course ENGL 1A taught by Professor Strahan during the Spring '08 term at UC Riverside.

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