Make Your Writing Interesting by Adding Adjectives

Make Your Writing Interesting by Adding Adjectives

Make Your Writing Interesting by Adding Adjectives

 

Make Your Writing Interesting by Adding Adjectives:

The following story is simple and boring. There are no adjectives in it at all. Read the story and underline all the nouns. Then rewrite the story by adding at least one adjective to each noun and watch the story come alive.

One day I decided to go to my friend Lalita’s house. I wore my dress and shoes. I picked up my umbrella because I saw clouds through the window. I started walking. Suddenly, it started raining. I open the umbrella quickly and started walking fast. Despite the umbrella, I got drenched. I reached Lalit’s house and rang the doorbell. She opened the door. I put my umbrella outside the door. She gave me a towel to dry myself. Then we sat down on the carpet. I saw a puppy under the sofa. Lalita’s brother came and took the puppy into his room. Just then, her mother got us some sandwiches and a milkshake.

\One day I decided to go to my friend Lalita’s house. I wore my dress and shoes. I picked up my umbrella because I saw clouds through the window. I started walking. Suddenly, it started raining. I open the umbrella quickly and started walking fast. Despite the umbrella, I got drenched. I reached Lalit’s house and rang the doorbell. She opened the door. I put my umbrella outside the door. She gave me a towel to dry myself. Then we sat down on the carpet. I saw a puppy under the sofa. Lalita’s brother came and took the puppy into his room. Just then, her mother got us some sandwiches and a milkshake.

 

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Answer

One day I decided to go to my best friend Lalita’s beautiful house. I wore my beautiful dress and brown shoes. I picked up my blue umbrella because I saw black clouds through the small window. I started walking. Suddenly, it started heavy raining. I open the blue umbrella quickly and started walking fast. Despite the umbrella, I got drenched. I reached dear Lalit’s beautiful house and rang the electric doorbell. She opened the big door. I put my blue umbrella outside the big door. She gave me a soft towel to dry myself. Then we sat down on the green carpet. I saw a cute puppy under the attractive sofa. My dear Lalita’s elder brother came and took the cute puppy into his private room. Just then, her loving mother got us some sandwiches and a milkshake.

 

 

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