This writing was revised by AI using my comments from Now Comment and Google Docs. I feel like the AI writing helps me, but sometimes it writes wrong information and I have to go back and change things that are just misleading. The AI did what I wanted, but every time I generated it, it gave some similar structure for each of the paragraphs. I don’t have a problem with the AI going into my writing and playing around, because it gives the writing and me a sense of direction.
Quote 1: “Why does LaVander have such a grudge against City that he has to say such degrading things?”
The quote from Shareef G. in the comments section of this essay provides insight into a possible reason why Lavender has a grudge against City: Lavender feels disrespected. He has observed the way City behaves and the way City talks, and he does not like what he is seeing. This could be why he says such degrading things about City. It could also be that Lavender has experienced some type of personal loss or hurt due to City and he is expressing his frustration and hurt in the form of degrading words.
Quote 2: “In this picture I’m trying to depict City and some type of way because they don’t give any real characteristics to City besides a little bit of them.”
The quote from Shareef G. in the comments section of this essay offers a visual representation of how Lavender perceives City. In this picture, City is looking back at himself in a way that implies that he does not recognize the traits and characteristics that make him unique. This could be interpreted as Lavender’s way of saying that he does not respect the way City behaves, which could be why he has a grudge against City.
Theme 2: City’s Characteristics
Quote 1: “I put different imaginary words and to make this picture and it shows that city is looking back at himself.”
The quote from Shareef G. in the comments section of this essay provides insight into the characteristics of the City. The words used to create the picture suggest that City is looking back at himself and that he is not recognizing the traits and characteristics that make him unique. This could be interpreted as a sign of City’s low self-esteem, or it could be interpreted as City not understanding the importance of recognizing his own strengths and weaknesses.
Quote 2: “In this picture I’m trying to depict the city is looking at his better self and his best self.”
The quote from Shareef G. in the comments section of this essay provides insight into the characteristics of the City. The words used to create the picture suggest that City is looking back at himself and recognizing the traits and characteristics that make him unique and that he is striving to become his best self. This suggests that City is not content with his current situation and is instead looking for ways to improve himself and become the best version of himself that he can be.
Theme 3: Mystery of the Text
Although this essay provides insight into the reasons why Lavender has a grudge against City and some of the traits and characteristics of City, there is still a mystery in the text that needs to be uncovered. What is the root cause of Lavender’s grudge against City? Is it something that City has done to Lavender, or is it something that City has done to someone else? What is City trying to achieve by becoming his best self? These are some of the questions that I am looking forward to answering as I continue reading this text.
The essay offers interesting insights into the reasons behind Lavender’s grudge against City. It’s also engaging, as it maintains a sense of mystery throughout the text, making readers want to continue to uncover the answers. Although the AI writing is helpful, it is important to double-check the information to avoid any misleading content. Additionally, the AI-generated paragraphs seem to have a similar structure, which could be improved for better readability and flow. Lastly, some parts of the text might need further elaboration to provide a clearer understanding of the themes and motives of the characters.