Description - Rebuilding father’s 60’s Camaro fixing a...

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Description should still be a five paragraph  essay with a minimum of four sentences. Introduction contains four sentences Statement of Fact Statistic Opinion Thesis with three adjectives, reasons, examples
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Topic:  Describe object or day?   Topic chosen: socket wrench  Fact:   People underestimate important  objects to other people. Statistic:  Few/Most have one that is a tool Opinion: Something that is utilitarian can    be emotionally important Thesis:   description of item, what it has    been used on, why important
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II. Description Use five senses. III. What it has been used on
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Unformatted text preview: Rebuilding father’s 60’s Camaro, fixing a habitat for humanity house, around a first bought home. III. Why Important Given as a gift from grandfather, who used the wrench when he fought in WWI. Relationship with grandfather and how affected writer Conclusions in descriptions are the only place where a writer can use I, though briefly. It is important to sum up that items or days can seem like nothing to another person, but mean the world to the writer. Using five senses throughout essay does this....
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