One thing that Teixeira said in the first line was struck out to me. He was talking about how he doesn’t have patience for certain things, not because he is full of himself but because he doesn’t want to be bothered with people that doesn’t want his best interest in heart. From my own personal experience I would agree with him on this. I look back to freshman year in high school.
If you started talking to an upset customer in a complex manner, and they didn't understand, then they would probably get even more upset and angry. So it’s important that you always adapt your communication when speaking to different types of people. When knowing your audience it eliminates your options. Unit 222 (1.3) Explain the importance of using correct: a.
I personally found this essay enlightening. The reason for that is because I myself am at fault of being like the people that Tan speaks about. Because there have been times that I have been unable to understand certain people because of their accents. That I would almost completely ignore the parents and speak through their children to have an understanding of what they needed assistance with. After reading this my eyes were opened to how that affects them, and that I need to be more patient with listening to others and putting more effort into understanding
Which I agree I’ve known many people that have struggled with dyslexia. And keeping it a secret must have been the best idea for him so no one will know since he was embarrassed with his condition. Cook already to learn how to read and write but with his dyslexia, it made it harder and harder for him to do his work. What Gareth had trouble with the most was when Cook exclaims, “If I try to write notes by hand write notes by hand while someone is talking…confused feelings” (Cook 159), he explain how when writing notes its harder for when someone is talking because of how fast the person is talking which can confuse a dyslexic person the most. These things that Gareth Cook has accomplished proves that others can do the same even without having dyslexia.
When I am telling a story, I like to give a listener as much information as possible. Most of the time, if I do trust that person, I will give insight into my thought process and past experiences so he/she can better understand the topic at hand. This actually happened recently with one of my close guy friends. I have been having some boy trouble, which I would classify as an intrapersonal conflict continually escalated by outside forces.
I was pushed to my limits every time I accidentally offended someone and they would get angry with me or my host mom would yell at me because I said something completely wrong and disrespectful but unintentionally. I would always have to back track and start over, patients became a huge role in my life. I learned to listen more clearly and continually think about what I was going to say, and if it would offend someone or appraise them. I had mastered this art and began to work on the next
Using a key word or a phrase multiple times gives rhythm, and power to the speaker’s speech and makes the speech memorable. An oral presentation needs to be repetitive because the audience will forget the key point(s) if it is not restated multiple times. In written styles, readers are able to go back to a paragraph if they forgot a detail. Listeners cannot ask the speaker to repeat during a speech, so the speaker must do it for them. Repetition is also known for creating drama for the audience.
For example, if a peer gives me a compliment I over analyze and start to suspect that it might be sarcasm or I end up taking it the wrong way. To conquer this, I must not over think and take the compliments given to me. Talking about my insecurity to someone, such as a therapist, may also ease my tension. When my dad gained full custody, I discussed my confusion and self-doubt with a specialist. Given my past success with a therapist, if my dragon ever gets too ample, I plan to go see one.
I do agree that having occasional arguments is healthly in any relationship. Although, couples that argue repeatatly and makeup, might not know when to call it quits. Which can cause them to be involved in a toxic relationship. Another issue with being argumentative is the affect that it can have on family members, friends and possibly work. By being in a relationship with constant arguing, others could be feeling fearful from hearing there constant bickering, not knowing what could happen between the couple and feeling annyoid knowing htat this could affect couple outings and ruin plans.
It 's better to find a quite place or go for a walk while it 's happening. Finally, If a person has done all of these but none of them worked, that person needs to get help. A lot of people think talking to a spouse is enough cause they feel ashamed of going to a psychologist. That is completely wrong since it 's better and much more effective to get advice from someone who understands how our brains
A problematic part of my debate, is that the arguments for NSA surveillance seem to be very limited. The affirmative side, has many more arguments to pull from to convince the audience. This means that my arguments, limited in nature will have to be very effective when I give them. It will be up to me to provide solid concise arguments to convince my audience of why we should allow the NSA