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    you can define who you are. The speaker begins the poem with a description of herself. The first line of the poem is has only one word, “I”. It…

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    Upon analysis, it can be perceived as saying that if one has experienced, or “tasted” just a small amount of joys that graces those who are loved or love, than with regretful and mournful words, and deep signs an individual can say that time spent not being in love is a waste of time in general. In this chapter Ambrosio is seen admiring a painting of the Madonna, damns Agnes upon finding the letter, Rosario is revealed to be Matilda, and then Ambrosio falls for Matilda’s trickery as he starts to…

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    Stephanie Nielsen Speech

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    Stephanie Nielsen In the beginning of Stephanie Nielsen's speech she explains how she met her husband. She said the first time she saw him she felt electrified; at that moment the sound system made a squealing screech. "It was like that," she said much to the audience's amusement and laughter. She proceeded to tell the story of her experience of August 16. She had been on a tragic airplane crash that left 80 percent of her flesh severely burned. In order to heal she was placed in a medical…

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    Eulogy For Mother

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    Event/Setting: The Business Career Association provides the visiting guests with tips about the business and marketing careers. The speech will take place at Bibb County Board of Education Auditorium on November twenty-third at seven o’ clock. Other speakers before and after presentation: Before the speech will begin, the staff will serve dinner to the guests and the CEOs. After the presentation, the host will introduce the CEOs. Body: I never thought that I would make this far with my…

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    This lack of respect and interest on Martin’s part leads Corene to resorting to repetition in order to attempt to get her point across. Corene repeatedly reminds Martin of their conversation yesterday, for example, “if you recall yesterday I gave you some work to do,” (Reynolds, 2012, :45-:48) and “as I said yesterday, I said I needed it.” (0:57-0:59) Martin does recognize their conversation by using backchannels, which are vocal and non-vocal ways of indicating a person is understanding what is…

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    1. Pointing words like this and that are used in text to point to a thought or refer back to a previous thought that was already stated. Its a way to connect parts of your argument by using pointing words such as "this and that". The pointing word "that" is used in the first paragraph when he says "the machines that keep us alive, and the machines that make the machines, are all directly or indirectly dependent upon coal". He uses "that" to state a idea he`s about to make and connect both the…

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    W. S. Merwin's To Myself

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    The poem “To Myself” by W.S. Merwin had me very, very confused the first few times reading through it. It wasn't until I payed closer attention to the title of the piece that it all came together. I, at first, could not for the life of me figure out who the author was referring to in the poem. I thought, maybe a lost love one or maybe some abstract idea such as death or time. By the time that I actually got around to reading the title again I felt like a total buffoon. Throughout the duration of…

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    in a crowd. I would usually stand in the distance, while my little brother and sister shined to be spontaneous like always. To me, public speaking has always been one of my biggest weaknesses in school. Because of this I would not describe myself as shy, rather anxious to preform a speech. This year one of my main goals is to make my weakness one of my strengths. Public speaking is something that I will not be able to not hide from throughout my everyday life and career as a Psychologist. By…

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    feet right into the two story Texas building of Memorial high school. “Finally the beginning of the end!” I said in a voice of excitement as I happily walked into my last year of high school. Reminiscing on how I survived those dreaded past years of public speaking I realized that all my classes were a breeze and felt as if I was walking on clouds. Not a care in the living world came to mind as I walked into my final class with my fashionable clothes and dazzling new designer watch. As I was…

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    While working on this speech, there were a few questions that came to my head. The first question that I was, “What kind of speech should I do?” This was my initial question because I wanted to speak on numerous topics such as a change in a proposition, reducing the cost of popcorn and drinks at the movie theatre (did not think this might have been a civil issue debate), etc. While doing my speech I had a few concerns that came to my head. The first concern was the way that my audience will…

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