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My Ideal An informative, descriptive essay Car Pet Holiday Spaceship Birthday Job My Ideal The object of the exercise is to think of something that you would like an ideal version of, and to describe this ideal object in detail. Here are some examples of topics that you could create an ideal of. My ideal: bedroom, house, car, friend, holiday, youth club, school, sports star, night out … Choose the thing you want to create an ideal of and then brainstorm the idea by writing down a list of twenty to thirty things you could say about this ideal object. Whatever topic you choose, you must write three clear sections about it – each section should be 150 – 200 words long. Before you start writing you must decide what these sections are going to be. Then you must think of at least five things to focus on in each section. For instance: My Ideal Bedroom Section One Section Two Section Three Colour scheme / Decoration Technology Furnishings Posters – who? Television Contrasting/ What? DVD matching colours Mirrors Video Carpets Cuddly toys Games Console Walls Bed spreads Stereo Furniture Pennants Computer/Lap-top Beds (Bunk ? Car Trophies Phone Shaped?) Models Microwave Desk Photos Writing the Essay • Introduction: One or two sentences explaining that this essay is about your ideal … • Section 1,2,3… : Make it clear in your first sentence what the section is about. Explain all the things that would make this ideal for you. Take care to explain why each thing would be so brilliant. • Conclusion: Point out the three things you like best about your ideal and tell the reader how good it would be if you could really have this ideal thing.
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