Everyone Is Closely Connected
As we all know, the relationship between the people to people is always closely. When we born in this world as a person, the first crowd that we have is our family, include the lovely parents and grandparents. They will very carefully take care of us and patiently teach us. The second crowd that we have is our friends and classmates in the school. They will enthusiastic help us and not boring to listen to our troubles. The third crowd that we have is our colleagues in the company. They will friendly work with us and solve the problems together. Whenever and wherever we are, other people’s help and care is always exists. This is why the world works well now. Also, this is why our life can be peaceful and serene. The speech “The perils of Indifference” that was delivered by Elie Wiesel is what I chose. The speaker through taught his personal experience (The History Place), the definition of indifferent and different events about the indifferent, shows how terrible to be indifferent and persuade people not to be indifferent to those people who are suffering difficulties and pain. The reason that I choose his speech is his strong opinions. This speech is well delivered because it has well organize, effective word choices and good at use of interrogative. The first reason this is a well speech is because it has well organize. One of the well organized is the beginning and the ending of his speech are mutual echo. At the beginning of the speech, Elie Wiesel said, “Fifty-four years ago to the day, a young Jewish boy from a small town in the Carpathian mountains woke up…their eyes told him what he needed to know—that they, too, would remember and bear witness” (p. 1). The speaker used his personal experience to show that he was saved by the American soldiers who are rage instead of indifferent. At the ending of the speech, Elie Wiesel said that “I think of the young Jewish boy… And together we walk towards the new millennium, carried by...
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