This is a prominent market because it is known that during women’s menstrual cycle a headache is a common symptom, therefore, women can be a more successful target audience. The emotion conveyed in the woman’s expression is of pain with her eyes and body towards the product, Alka-Seltzer. The overall image shows the woman with dark features as being distressful with a counter solution of the glass of Alka-Seltzer with a white sparkle, clean glass, and lightly colored. The expression is intentionally conveyed so that the viewer can relate to the situation. The emotional associations are understood that the product is the answer to relieving a
Sonnet 130 is written to express how different the Dark lady's attributes is from the era's ideal standard. Yet, the author finds her a rarity among the other idealized women. On the other hand, "Beauty in Ugly" by Jason Mraz, invokes the listener to understand that his intended recipient is ordinary and unremarkable. Yet, thee is beauty in ugly and she has other things to offer. Both works share a similarity in how they make an unremarked woman their focus, while at same time professing admiration for her.
Hawthorne declares, “‘But still, methinks, it must needs be better for the sufferer to be free to show his pain, as this poor woman Hester has, than to cover it all up in his heart” (Hawthorne 131). In other words, Hester is fortunate in Dimmesdale’s eyes because she confesses her sins to the public; Dimmesdale bears his sin upon his heart. One’s indignity provokes more of a chance to change because a hidden guilt can weigh in on them. Woodyatt writes, “Taking responsibility can then lead to self-forgiveness and resolving our feelings of shame” (Woodyatt). In other words, Hester Prynne forgives herself for all of her sin; similarly, the common learns to forgive her too.
I would like to know however why honey is bad for the health. It is a natural type of sugar, and is proven to help the immune system whenever we are sick. The fragment on fruits was a nice touch as the reader has read nothing but sugary drinks instead of foods to eat instead. In conclusion, Nanci Hellmich has written her article accurately with an informative flare that sparks the reader’s curiosity. She also gives valid information that supports her
“The careless mien, the frowning face are give to our own and deal full many a thoughtless blow to those who loves us best.” The author used these lines to give us a mental image on how we treat our loved ones. 2. It shows us how we treat our loved ones with negative this such as being rude to them or taking them for granted. It shows how we are guilty of giving careless or frowning faces to our loved ones. But most importantly, how we treat our
Audience’s feeling and attitude is so fundamental in bolstering one organization. Hopes of an organization in reducing the offensiveness increased whenever it tries to bolster up by the audience’s positive perception. A second possibility is to try to minimize the negative feelings associated with the wrongful act (Benoit, 1997). The organization is able to reduce the offensiveness to the lowest possible level or prevent it from increasing beyond the level if it can minimize the risk of an unpleasant situation and make it seems less significant than it really is. Third, a firm can employ differentiation, in which the act is distinguished from other similar but more offensive actions (Benoit, 1997).
Lexical simplification means simplifying difficult words so that they become easier to understand. In the Lexical Simplification phase, we replace the difficult words occuring in the text with another simpler word. The replacement of the difficult word must be such that the meaning of the sentence is preserved. So the new word must be synonymous to the difficult word and also it must preserve the context in which the difficult word is used. We use Wordnet to fetch the synonymous terms of a given word in the system.
A negative mood is sometimes triggered by a tragic event, but it can lead to a forced interaction with others. People around offer help to whomever may be experiencing sadness or grief, for example, at a funeral. This presses conversation, exchanging words such as “I am sorry for your loss” or whatever the case may be. In the article “Happiness: Enough Already” Sharon Begley states, “When someone is appropriately sad, friends and colleagues offer support and sympathy” (467). This interaction improves social skills between others which might not normally occur in the context of happiness.
This information that you have heard was to show how important it is to choose your words carefully, and how strong and powerful words are, and a little mistake of choosing or placing a word can make a great difference in the message your audience will get. Choosing the words for a speech will depend on the audience. Also, the topic affects your word