I am happy about the work, because it represent shows the dificult moments that immigrants live. Your image and analisys connect to my group’s in the part of the setting, because, I made the same chapter as you and also the the symbols that the author used to represent normal things like, liberty and communication. Thanks for your writng. I look f…[Read more]
I am surprise about the work, because it represent the idea of the different reason why people immigrate. Your image and analisys connect to my group’s in the part of the setting, because in reality all that the father wants is to be with his family but he left because he have to find a better place to them. Thanks for your writng. I…[Read more]
The central idea is that the language is a problem when a person immigrated to another country. The author show us when two people try to talk and use picture to understanding each other. It’s easier show a p
I am happy with your post, “The Arrival Chapter 2,” because… the central idea have a good explanation
One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is: “ It’s easier show a picture than speak, because if a person speak the language of another country the other person will not understand it” I think this is very interesting because… people from other country dont realize that other country is hard to experience it.
Another sentence that I like was: “ is that the language is a problem when a person immigrated to another country. The author show us when two people try to talk and use picture to understanding each other.” This stood out for me because…it hard to earn other language
Your post connects to something from my group’s chapter. In the “The Arrival chapter IV , the man had hard time to read at his job.
Thanks for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next because is interesting.
I am Ruddy by, tablet 5, with your image, “T4P. The Arrival. Chapter 2.,” because… Here we can see how this man tries to have a bed with drawings because he does not know language, we can also see how the man is trying to talk to the other man but he does not understand it, then he has to keep showing him the drawings.
One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is: “Observing the man who has left his family to give him a better future directing a ship with an unknown destination with a sad one for his family.” I think this is important because… Here we can see how this father is trying to talk to a person who does not understand it, and in most cases these people feel embarrassed because they do not speak in the same language and therefore they are not understood.
Another sentence that I like was: “all are lined up by the ship waiting for their turn to seal their papers to be in the city .” This stood out for me because…this happens in real life, to get your passport you have to make a line to be able to have your passport, even when you are going to travel you have to make a line for you to review and for your signature your passport to be able to travel Your image… connects to something from my group’s chapter. In the first chapter of The Arrival, We can see a man in the ground is reading a book, Then we can see how a another man try to help him and the images look like in the background
Thanks for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next because… The summary is very detailed in all the things that happen in the book.
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