Description English Example No.5 & 6

By | February 16, 2019

Description writing is an important part of English paragraph writing. You might be listening to the words of various descriptions like a description of a person, description book so you might be searching for various description example, description English, descriptive essay, description example paragraph. Here we are providing the description of

You witnessed a fatal road accident. As a press reporter write a report. The following hints can be incorporated and made use of:

Maruti car; Punjab Roadways bus; ghastly scene; car turned turtle; difficult to extricate bodies; blood; the crowd

Ans.                                         ROAD ACCIDENT-4 KILLED

(by Rajesh)

New Delhi. May 4, 20xx

A fatal road accident between a Maruti car and a Punjab Roadways bus near Gurudwara crossing presented a ghastly scene. To save a pedestrian the bus driver had applied brakes but the bus swirled to one side and hit the car coming from the opposite side headlong. The bus dragged it to some distance. The car turned turtle. Four occupants of the car died on the spot. Blood was splashed on the road. A large crowd had gathered. The police came within ten minutes and helped the injured bus travellers. Soon two ambulances arrived and the injured were sent to the hospital.

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A passenger was caught travelling ticketless. He was sitting next to you in the compartment. He tried to put the ticket checker off but failed. You wanted to help him but restrained yourself. Describe this untoward incident.

Ans.                                         TICKETLESS TRAVELLING

(by Rajiv)

While travelling by train on Monday. I witnessed an interesting event. The ticket checker was asking the passengers to produce their tickets. When he asked the man sitting next to me, he started fumbling into his pockets and could not produce the ticket. He put on an innocent and harassed look and said that the ticket might have fallen down somewhere. The checker was not a fool to be easily dodged. Being threatened the passenger told him that he had to do it because he was out of work. The checker did not relent. I wanted to help the passenger but restrained myself because after all, he was a total stranger to me. the lie was handed over to the police as the train stopped at the next station.

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