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    My Amazing Grandma Most people could say that the perfect grandmother does not exist. I actually disagree. What I know for a fact is that my grandmother is perfect. My grandmother is perfect in every way; the way she dresses, the way she moves, the way she behaves, the way she speaks, etcetera. Sometimes, I just think that it could be great, if I could be a little bit of what she is. Her great personality is full of other amazing qualities. I’m going to start by describing the way my grandma looks like. At first sight, if one doesn’t know her like I do, they would say she always wears oldies clothes, bright colored clothes, but if one does know her as I do, they could notice that she dresses all kind of clothes; sportive, cheap, informal,…

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    PREPARING A SPEECH TO SAUDI ARABIAN VISITORS. Following this weeks written assignment, I assume myself as working for a company called MADECO FISHERIES. which is a fishing industry, located in the shores of lake Malawi, in Mangochi district. My Saudi Arabian…

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    were some positives, and I can’t help but acknowledge them because they happened and I fell for them. He was crazy about me in the beginning, I would receive text after text that it at one point was nauseating. I didn’t give him the time of day until I actually did. We were supposed to have lunch one Saturday during a weekend that I hid on Central Park South. I spend the day downtown and did things I loved. Then one day I traveled to Harlem for the first time by myself. I was too tired to do the…

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    As they continue to sit drinking the man says – “Well, Let’s try and have a fine time” (Hemingway, 116) to which Jig replies with a sarcastic comment about the white skin of the elephants/hills being bright. Her partner agrees, as though to keep the conversation from becoming too negative, leading to her response, “I wanted to try this new drink. That’s all we do, isn’t it – look at things and try new drinks” (Hemingway, 116) creating more tension, since she is essentially pointing out that…

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    Controversy Of Friends

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    “Uh, um” that is how I commonly end up when I talk to new people. I often use different tone and language when talking to a distinct type of person. My words vary, I may get stumbled up, or even make snarly comments. All of that depends on the type of person I talk to. I talk separately to my friends, through text, new people, my father, and my family. The first group of people is my friends. When I am with my friends, I am usually free and do not feel constrained. I often joke a great deal and…

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    bar in a train station in Spain. What makes this story so enduring is the fact that it is a coming of age tale. During the course of waiting for the train, the young women grows from a naïve girl into a woman, fully in charge of her destiny. The struggle between the couple reaches a climax right before they board the train to Madrid. Although it is uncertain what the topic of their argument is about, I believe it had to do with whether the young lady should have an abortion . . . or not.…

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    changed when she accepted the leader of the Tigers as her new role mode. Saraswathi explains, “I learn about our Leader. About how he has devoted his life…

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    On most occasions, most of the objects or persons have its own symbolism in a community for example: the objects that were used in the story “everyday use” by Alice Walker such as the quilts, the dasher, and the butter churn. Each one has its own symbolism for example the quilts meant family and past generations that were still remembered. The roughness and the finger prints left in the dasher meant being able to touch the loved ones that once used that same object. All this objects can…

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    The Influence Of Exclusion

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    This article talks about how people react when they are/feel excluded. Certain people have different coping mechanisms for this and reasons why they are hurt by being excluded. The authors in this article go in depth as to what factors could lead people to having a lower sense of fear that people get from exclusion and the psychology behind it all. The main theory of this article basically acknowledges the fact that people are discomforted by rejection and exclusions. When people are excluded…

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    everyone feels pain in their own way. There are some that have a high tolerance for it and then there are the ones that can’t handle it at all. I feel that I have a high tolerance for pain because there was a time when I was playing with my younger brother, we were sliding down the railing of the stairs of my home when I leaned too far in the opposite direction and next thing I know is that I am falling towards the ground, but not before I took glass down with me and cut my arm. At first I…

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