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    ." In other words, just as the water drenches the earth with rain, the sun drenches the earth with warmth; the earth can absorb both rain and warmth. The anthropomorphism: loving This figure of speech does NOT work! Don't impose on nature human attributes, especially feelings. Nature doesn't care...
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  • Direct and Indirect
    Speech. 2. Indirect Speech We may report what he said without quoting his exact words. This method is called Indirect Speech or Reported Speech. Example: • Direct: Clinton said, “I am very busy now.” • Indirect: Clinton said that he was very busy then. • Direct : He said, “ my mother is...
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  • 350 Outline
    are some people contribute their strength in order to save their mother earth from deteriorating and one of that is the concept of 350. Ladies and gentlemen, the topic of my speech today is 350. Transition: First of all, what is 350? Body of speech: I. Definition of 350 350 is the number...
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  • Blah
    King. He makes a big speech criticizing the young Prince. The mood of the scene is very cold and sarcastic. It shows the rudeness towards Prince Hamlet and King Claudius sounds very selfish: “This must be so. We pray you, throw to earth/This unprevailing woe, and think of us […]” 1.2. 107-108...
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  • “First Breath Last Breath” by Antler Analysis
    (“baby”, “midwife”, “Mother”) demonstrates that this poem is not about a particular story it is about every one of us. The place where all the events in this poem happen is unknown. The only word that answers the question: “Where?” is “on Earth” used in the first stanza ninth line. Although it...
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  • Test
    had shared since 1934. Gehrig was elected to the Hall of Fame that December. He died in 1941, at age 37. The speech: "Fans, for the past two weeks you have been reading about the bad break I got. Yet today I consider myself the luckiest man on the face of this earth. I have been in ballparks for...
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  • Mother
    Honourable Judges, respected Teachers, and all my dear friends, Good morning to all. The topic of my speech is about Mother. Mother is the embodiment of love. Mothers love cannot be compared with any other love in this universe which is most unconditional and unalloyed. The first thing a...
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  • Text Xomparison
    giving us the name of a place that exists in our world ( “Wasington”, in the speech) and a saymbolic object (“a big yellow taxi” in the song). The problem that they tackle is strongly related to us. The images that they create are strong and striking “paved paradise”, “mother , the earth, and his...
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  • Speech Analysis from Act 2
    ; containing good and bad things. Surprisingly, love is not an exception to this. In this speech, Friar Lawrence is talking to himself and he says, “The earth, that’s nature’s mother, is her tomb. /What is her burying, grave that is her womb.” (2.3.9-10). This is a very good example about the...
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  • Letter
    ********************************************************************************* ******************* I really wonder at the absurdity of the title of my speech ‘Save Mother Earth ’. Does it not look absurd that a 6ft tall man, just one species in millions of species of earth , a species that...
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  • Reported Speech
    continuous tense becomes a past continuous. Example: • Direct : He said, “ my mother is writing letter.” • Indirect: He said that his mother was writing letter. c. A present perfect becomes a past perfect: Are you clear about the conversion of Direct to Indirect Speech? Example...
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  • Farewell to Baseball Analysis
    speech more believable - not just empty words. Pathos is utilized in Gehrig’s Farewell to Baseball speech when he begins talking about his “wonderful mother-in-law,” his “father and mother,” and his “wife who has been a tower of strength.” By bringing in his family, Gehrig causes others to relate...
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  • Mother Earth
    A speech for Mother Earth. We are all human beings. All people, You, me, our neighbors. No matter where You live in this world, if it is in Africa or South-America, if it is in Asia or Europe, Australia or North-America, we are all sisters and brothers in humanity. All people...
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  • Speech
    Ladies and Gentlemen: Good evening! I’m so honored to stand here to deliver my speech. The topic of my speech is mothers’ love. Mother, the woman walks around us everyday, have you think of her love? Have you consider the sacrifice she has made? Today, I’d like to let us know this at all...
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  • To India My Native Land
    earth….” Julius Caesar Derozio personifies India as a Divine Goddess. India is considered as a female figure since we always relate to our country as mother and in India we refer to our country as Bharat Mata (or Mother India). * in thy days of glory past: in the past when India was full of...
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  • Soapstone Analysis of Lou Gehrig's Retirement Speech
    anything but kindness and encouragement from you fans.” He shows gratitude and connects with the fans. Gehrig's audience responded very well because he connected with them and was very humble and down to earth. Lou Gehrig’s gave this speech to respond to his retirement, but more than that he...
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  • Persuasive Speech About Global Warming
    /global.html   PERSUASIVE SPEECH: LIFESTYLE TO MAKE SOME CHANGES Do you know that using cars for the earth is like smoking cigarettes for people? But let me get back to that later… We live in a world which gets polluted every second. If you do not know what is pollution – it is a really bad thing and...
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  • Direct and Indirect
    .” -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------. 26. “The earth,” said the teacher, “is round.” -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------. SOME MORE EXAMPLES: Convert the following sentences from Direct to Indirect Speech...
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  • Richard ii
    . The first part of this speech describes Richard’s vices. When we keep reading and get further into the speech he speaks of mother England. This description of England is very symbolic . It is very obvious in his description that his homeland England is very much loved. In line 40 a beautiful...
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  • Swami Vivekananda's
    Swami Vivekananda's Speech in Chicago Author: Administrator Saved From: http://www.knowledgebase-script.com/demo/article-169.html If you are searching for Swami Vivekananda's speech at Chicago (USA), then you have arrived at the right place. Here is the complete speech delivered by Swami...
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