Write an essay of close to 1,000-1,050 words. The words are counted from the first word in the introduction to the last word in the conclusion. Quotations and citations do not count.
Note that you cannot be part of the place. It is not your place of work. You are not participating in any activity in that place. You are there only as a spectator. The place has to be completely public. For example, it is not your child’s school. It is not your friend’s graduation. This also means that it is not a military event.
Describe the people and activities going on at a public place that you have visited. Suggestions:
A theme part, a park, a fair, part of a hospital, part of an airport, part of a hotel, one location in a city, and so on.
Describe the place in geographical order. This means that you divide it into sections and describe each section as you visit it. For example, describe the entrance, the rides, the games, the restaurants as you go from one place to another, not necessarily in the order you actually visited them, but in the order you feel is best for the essay.
Be there. Place yourself on the scene and use “I” and/or “we” throughout the essay. Do not use “you.” Describe what you see, what is typical of the place, and what is essential for the reader to understand the environment of the place. Do not include what you know about the place. If you want to describe your feelings, focus on those that are consistent to how everyone else feels.
Note that the description essay is about what “I see and observe” and has to have the pronoun “I” throughout.