• Mahmud
    /village fair /education fair. **10. On visiting a place of historical interest/study tour. Dialogue: **1.Suppose you are in a fruit shop. Write a dialogue between you and the fruit seller. **2.About the importance of taking physical exercise. **3.Write a dialogue between you and your friend about the...
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  • Pride and Prejudice Passage Analysis
    dialogue stands out between blocks of narrative, perhaps highlighting the lack of ‘decorum’. Elizabeth exclaims ‘my dear Charlotte’ when she cries out, indicating the familiarity between the two friends. The narrative then refers to Charlotte as ‘Miss Lucas’, putting a distance between Elizabeth and...
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  • Socrates and Crito
     “Bromance” between Socrates and Crito It is very obvious that Crito is Socrates’ closest friend. An entire dialogue is dedicated to him in Plato’s Five Dialogues and he is mentioned in the other two dialogues read for class. Although it is unknown how this friendship started and developed...
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  • eassy
    dialogue between you and your friend about oncoming examination. 3.Write a dialogue between two friends about a TV. Serial. 4.Write a dialogue between a customer and a garment shopkeeper. Advertisement: 1.Suppose you are the MD of a pharmaceutical company and you want to appoint some...
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  • Comparison of the Three Sisters and Antigone
    honor and how the protagonist, Antigone, goes against King Kreon who is her uncle. Even though these plays were written in very different time periods, dialogue between the protagonists and other characters in each play is important for characterization of the protagonist. Different traits of the...
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  • 4 Short Essays on Strictly Ballroom
    observe that their relations become more than just friends and so dancing becomes quite romantic. Finally, towards the end of the movie, the relationship between the two characters is really strong and has developed for the better. In Brian Clark’s book “Whose Life is it Anyway?”, the dialogue...
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  • Cicero de Amicitia
    . The patron provided his client with protection and gifts in return for the client’s commitment to vote whenever the patron or his associate was up for election. The relationship between the two was always a trade mode of exchange for mutual profit or benefit. Cicero mentions “good men” in the...
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  • Nobody Home
    owner, this new tone in the dialogue suggests the increased alienation between the two characters. Not only does the conversation suggest the creature’s loneliness (he is now driving away his creator), it also foreshadows Victor’s impending loneliness in the threats that the creature makes to Victor’s...
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  • Blindness in Carver’s “Cathedral”
    , dialogues between characters, and the growth of narrator, which are all derived from the key theme “blindness”. 1. Sight and Insight Blindness serves as an important feature of the wife’s old friend Robert and also the theme of the story. However what Carver wanted to show was not only...
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  • What Is the Purpose of the ‘Speech of the Laws’, in Plato’s Crito? How Is It Related to Crito’s Political Opinions and Preferences as Expressed in This Dialogue?
    laws’. It can be seen that there exists in the dialogue a dichotomy between an objective and subjective interpretation of what justice is. This is seen in the differentiating opinions that Socrates’ two interlocutors hold. Crito expounds an almost subjective approach to what justice is and what the...
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  • Ender's Game Analysis
    between two presumable government officials, and hints that the monitors are used to track all citizens. This makes the reader wonder about the rest of the story, and what the purpose of the monitors were and what Andrews position was being an authorized “Third”. Foreshadowing: The dialogue was also...
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  • Shoe Horn
    English Essay In what ways are people in their experiences brought to life by the distinctly visual? John Misto, the creator of the play ‘The Shoe Horn Sonata’ used distinctly visual techniques to highlight the past different experiences during World War 2, shared by two friends Sheila and...
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  • The Boy in Striped Pyjamas Essay
    pyjamas is a story about a boy’s friendship between Bruno and Shmuel that tells the world of the horrors of the Holocaust, 1939, through the eyes of two nine year old boys. Bruno is the main character who is used by the author to portray to the reader the compelling horrors of war through the novel...
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  • dialouge writing
    , deliberately - on ones own will, nutritive - that is essential for growth, plenty - sufficient.) 5. Write a dialogue between two friends who are discussing about the increasing stress levels among students. (Raj and Ravi, both Class X students in conversation.) Raj : Hi Ravi, how are you...
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  • me and you
    ?...He does have a job?” The camera shot and dialogue makes this scene very poignant. It makes the audience realise how big the gap is between the two races as they try to set their differences aside to form a successful, united football team. It makes us realise the full weight of the suspicion and...
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  • Sorry for Disturbing You
    relationship between him and his wife – with careful steps. The distance between Karen and Ian is similar to the distance between two lovers described in Love Poem. “We are two gardens haunted by each other”, as Karen is absent in the main part of the story, and her absence haunts Ian like it...
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  • Power and Control Dialouge Essay Weapons Training and Up the Wall Essay
    Mrs. Kennedy Year 11 Poetry English Essay by Cassandra Sakley Dialogue is spoken language used to convey messages between people. Throughout this term, we have studied dialogue and how it has revealed the way that the features of verbal and non verbal exchanges between participants have...
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  • Friendship
    affect the course of the remaining narrative. The Pre-Socratics tended to see friendship in terms of physical forces. In Empedocles for example, like attracts like, and this operation in the universe is true of all things, including the attraction between two human beings. In the dialogue Lysis...
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  • poe compare and contrast
    death of his wife. The third similarity between the two poems is the youth of Poe. This is shown in “ The Raven” where Poe writes, “ other friends have flown before -” and in “Annabel Lee” where Poe writes, “ I was a child”. Both quotes shows him reflecting back to his childhood. These...
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  • Applications of the Republic
    philosophers of the world and is also known as the founder of “The Academy”. Plato’s most famous work is “The Republic” in which he tries to draw the qualities of a just individual and a just state by explaining the sublime nature of justice. In the first two books of The Republic, dialogues between...
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