Do You Have Questions About Writing a Descriptive Essay Topic?Writing an essay of any length requires a descriptive essay topic. The description should be the 'meat' of the essay, and not its main attraction. And in order to do this, you must first have a good idea of what you're going to write about. This article will help you do that by providing you with some easy to use descriptive essay topic examples.
A very interesting description could be, 'A man who has dreamed for years of being taller is slowly becoming taller.' This could be a good example because it tells us something about the subject, but the purpose of the essay isn't revealed. So you would need to rely on your own judgment to determine if you want to present your topic in this way.
The next type of descriptive essay topic examples I will give you are written in the form of questions. There are two types of questions in this category, a directional question and a broad question. A directional question asks what you want the reader to do (or focus on). A broad question asks a broad question. Directional questions typically lead to a descriptive essay topic that is centered around one particular activity or goal.
A typical example of a directional question would be, 'Would you like to know how to avoid being hit by a truck?' This question would probably be answered by the questioner using an action verb, 'Be aware of trucks, stay out of them'Watch out for trucks.'
A typical example of a broad question is 'How can you start a business in New York City?' It's not always clear exactly what you want the reader to do or where they are going to start. But most writers use a question to guide the readers to take an action (for example, by reading the next paragraph). This article will not cover a broad question.
In addition to directing and broad questions, there are also questions that require a directional answer. These questions are usually rhetorical and don't necessarily lead to any specific actions or results. In fact, most descriptive essays will rarely contain a directional question. It's very rare that a descriptive essay even includes a direction question because it doesn't lead to much useful information.
Most good writers don't write descriptive essays in a direction but rather describe specific features of an object or situation. But when your subject requires descriptions of the attributes of the thing, you can consider using a question in a direction, for example, 'What makes a parrot behave so peculiarly?'
In conclusion, I hope this short article has given you some ideas about what types of questions to include in your descriptive essay. Remember, the description should give a clue as to what you're going to write about, but it is not the meat of the piece.