Descriptive Essays essay, term papers, research paper

18 Jan 2017 21:24 | Author: yellowladybug942 | Category: Banking corporate dissertation governance sector

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    lazydog558 18 Jan 2017 02:54

    Wow, you sure did tell a lot about yourself in that essay! I think it s very powerful, but I don t really see a thesis statement. How about moving the lines around like this to give yourself a clearer thesis: Life in my eyes truly is golden. It’s worth more than anything I will ever do, see, or even accomplish, even though every day is a continuous challenge, an endless race and sometimes a cycle of torment.. A few lines sound strange to me. For example, this one: Wake up and let it soak in like a sponge, like being battered with hurtful words. The first half of that sentence makes me think you re talking about the "golden light" of life soaking in, which is a good thing, but the second half talks about being battered, a bad thing. Also, the sentence that starts "To young. " Probably should say "Too young to know what to think." ("too," not "to," and you left out some words) Also, don t capitalize "high school." Also, it seems strange to say you felt like a fish at sea. A fish at sea is in its proper home. Do you mean to say that you felt lost at sea? Use "through," not "thru." And "the States," not "the states." There are more little things like that but I am too tired to sort through it all. But basically, those nitpicks aside, I think you have written quite a powerful essay. It needs paragraph separation and perhaps a little re-ordering of sentences (watch out for redundancy), but I think you said you were on top of that. If your teacher is not taken with this essay s/he does not have much of a heart.

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    Г.Төгсжин 18 Jan 2017 00:36

    The scene opens on a railway station in Spain where the Barcelona-to-Madrid express is expected in 40 minutes. A man referred to as “the American” and his girl, Jig , sit at a table outside the station’s bar drinking beer. The landscape surrounding the station is described as the valley of the Ebro River, with long white hills on each side and brown dusty ground in between. Jig remarks that the hills look like white elephants, and the remark is not well received by the American.

    The two decide to try a new drink, the anis del toro, with water. Jig remarks that it tastes like licorice, and the two begin bickering again. As they start on another round of beers, the man introduces a new motif into the conversation, saying that a particular operation is very simple and that Jig would not mind it. If she gets the operation, he says, their relationship will be fine again, as it was before. Jig is quiet and obviously skeptical.

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    silverrabbit121 17 Jan 2017 22:16

    Click here hills like white elephant essay questions

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    purpleswan326 18 Jan 2017 04:32

    3 main characters: the American , the girl and the bartender http://www.sparknotes.com/short-stories/hills-like-white-elephants/characters.html See Sparks notes, Schmoop and Cliff notes. https://www.google.ca/search?sourceid=navclient&aq=hts&oq=&ie=UTF-8&rlz=1T4GGNI_enCA530CA530&q=Hills+like+White+Elephants

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    whitemouse312 18 Jan 2017 03:49

    yeah that essay is fine