Describing someone in English can be easy as well as tough. It depends on how detailed is the description you want to give. Describing someone can include talking about their features, characteristics, color, height, weight, etc. You might also describe things like their facial features, hairstyle and body language. No matter how you structure your description, you are going to use a variety of different terms. That's why you should know all about the terminology and have the right vocabulary to correctly describe a person.
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To write a descriptive essay, you’ll need to describe a person, object, or event so vividly that the reader feels like he/she could reach out and touch it.
Do you know how to describe a person's appearance in English?
English language has a variety of words for describing people, their physical appearance and way of walking. These words can be categorized into words that describe a person’s general appearance, eyes, ears, face, nose, arms, hair, height and build, etc. In this ESL lesson you will learn how to describe people and their physical characteristics.
The personality, feelings, thoughts and appearance of a person can be described using numerous adjectives. There are varied adjectives to describe a person beyond the common ones like 'good' or 'bad', 'beautiful' or 'wicked'.According to the Purdue Owl, a good descriptive essay includes clear and powerful language, sensory description, tone and agreement. Since an essay describing a person is a form of descriptive essay, this is a good formula to follow. The following is an exhaustive vocabulary list, useful for describing a person’s physical appearance. You can search by word or category to find the most suitable word for describing a person’s physical appearance.When describing a person in an essay, it is important to focus on the senses: sight, sound, taste, smell and feeling. A good description appeals to as many of the senses as possible. It is not just important for a reader to understand what the person looks like, but how the person sounds, smells and makes people feel. Essentially, readers should feel as if they know the person intimately after reading the description.