g)you have to pay for the saftey equipment and gas for the boat which isn't much. h)I like to fish and go fast, plus i enjoy being with friends and family on thewater. I)i don't have any limitations. j)I hope to gain knowledge and skills so i can do it with my
Standing up for someone who is bullied can be hard but sometimes it is extremely necessary and needed for that person. Students have a higher tendency to be isolated from others or are even unable to identify the emotions or feelings of others. People need to find a purpose in their lives and see themselves through someone else’s eyes. Helping others like how all the misfits on the swim team come together to make others great, in return they make themselves better. The whales songs goes for miles through the ocean so others can learn their lessons.
Billie now realized that he was actually communicating and exclaimed “Petang… you answered me. You talked with your splashes”(108). The thing that he told her was that the snook said that they’re getting close to the ocean. This is just what she wanted to hear as she wanted to get to the ocean, which would bring her closer to her home. She floats on her little house boat, weaving through the Everglades and meeting up with many more animals along the way.
When they were bailing water out of their boat she said “It sounded like a conga solo as the rain drummed against the sides of the metal boat”. It makes sense that she does this, because she is a musician of a high caliber. She relates things back to her culture and her music because it makes it easy to understand and it makes sense for the reader. There are so many examples of this in the story. She goes through the trip as if it were a song.
An example of a hero is someone who does something when other won’t. An excellent example of this is from “Boatlift: an Untold Story” by Gillian Norton. It talks about on 9/11 how regular people helped other people escape Manhattan with their own boats. An example of these acts is this quote, “If it floated and it could get there, it got there.All different size, shapes and forms, and I mean they were zooming across this water. Ferries, private boats, party boats” (Nanton 5).
Long distance boats were for people that travel long distances and for people that are traveling from one country to another. A pleasure barge was a flat-bottomed slow-moving boat used for leisure. It is contrasted with a standard barge which was used to transport freight. Warships were boats used in battle with other
Hardin’s utilizes metaphors to aid the reader’s understanding of his article instead of confusing the reader. Essentially, Hardin gives the reader a scenario in which the reader, a citizen of a rich nation, floats safely abroad a lifeboat while the poor swim out to sea. The simplicity of his lifeboat metaphor actively engages the reader on the difficulty of survival when only a few can. Readers can easily picture themselves in this metaphoric life boat due to the common familiarity of life boats, or boats in general. In his second metaphor, Hardin, in his article stays on point without distracting the readers.
The days when a ship navigation officer had to use more difficult tools and ways to plan and navigate a voyage at sea are long gone. Today a ship officer has vast amount of marine navigation equipment which makes his life a lot simpler, thanks to the advancement in technology. Modern day sailors are trained to know the functioning and operation of all modern day navigational equipment. Tools used by early popular sea voyages were very complex and required people of very high intelligence to use the devices. I am going to talk about and compare some of the devices.
He used most of the stage and walked around instead of staying in one spot. He also sat down in a chair at the point where he was telling the story about him in the boat so that we could visualize him in the boat. Lastly his use of the spot light was crucial in the beginning of the speech because without that I would have never been able to find him in the crowd. Over all I believe he did a great job with delivery and I wouldn’t tell him to change anything. John Linke’s speech was very well done.
The soldier and correspondent can be viewed as the similar because of their situations. The correspondent is realizing that he has taken for granted the frailness of human life. In “The Open Boat,” Crane is able to successfully reveal the struggles one might encounter while maneuvering a small boat in the vast ocean. The reader feels like a companion in the dinghy due to Crane’s detailed description of the ocean setting. His character’s personas feel genuine and he uses symbolism to invoke empathy in the reader.