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Descriptive Text

What is a descriptive text? I think it is important to recall before we go further about this example of descriptive text. The way descriptive text composed is similar to report text. Both try more to show less than tell. However descriptive text tends to specify the described object while report text will describe the object in general. The goal of the descriptive text is transferring the experience of the writers. The experience can be what they see, read, or feel. Descriptive text commonly tries to reveal the image of certain person, place, animal, or thing. Bellow is the best example of descriptive text I find. Its social function is to describe and reveal a particular person, place, or thing.
1.    The structure of descriptive text is divided into two parts:
a.    Identification; identifying the phenomenon to be described.
b.    Description; describing the phenomenon in parts, qualities, or/and characteristics.
2.    The language features of descriptive text commonly use:
a.    Attributive and identifying process.
b.    Adjective and classifiers in nominal group.
c.    Simple present tense

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