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SENSORY DETAILS SHOW, not tell what is happening
Details In your writing, you need to use details that put the reader in your shoes. Use details such as SIGHT, SOUND, TASTE, TOUCH and SMELL
Example 1 – SIGHT AND SOUND The rain hit the car…. The huge drops of water pounded the car as if to beat it up.
Example 2 The smell of cookies filled the kitchen… The aroma of melted butter and sweet chocolate morsels attacked my senses as I passed the kitchen.
Example 3 The house was on fire… The intense heat radiated from the burning wood singeing my arm hairs as the blaze overcame the rickety old house like a thunder could on a clear sunny day.
Example 4 The picnic table was rough… As I wiped off the picnic table splinters tore at my flesh like sandpaper against a wall.
Now you get to try… The gym was hot after the game. *Make sure to use at LEAST 3 senses to SHOW the detail.
Pie was baking in the kitchen. *Make sure to use at LEAST 3 senses to SHOW the detail.
The sun was bright and the birds were making noise. *Make sure to use at LEAST 3 senses to SHOW the detail.
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