MTALHAHASSAN2
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Need help Is anyone read a novel called brick lane??
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anonymous
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sorry i really wish i could help but i cant
MTALHAHASSAN2
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here is my answer for that question: During, the whole novel the main problem which I saw was that some of them struggle against the traditions they left behind, while others struggle against the new traditions that their English-born children are exposed to. For these problem, I will only be formulate that please try to be connected with your tradition as much as you can and also try to teach your child about your culture as more as you can teach them in a way so that they can understand it better. The other thing which make be puzzles was that why his father choose a person who is twice years older than her daughter but then why he choose him. My formulation, on this be that everyone father have to find a person which he think that her daughter is going to be happy with and also I think they need to take advice from her daughter because it was about her future.
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@Kaelyn78

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anonymous
  • anonymous
perfect, great job, I knew you could do it
MTALHAHASSAN2
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lol is it correct?
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes
MTALHAHASSAN2
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are you sure
anonymous
  • anonymous
positive
MTALHAHASSAN2
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100%
anonymous
  • anonymous
omg yes!
MTALHAHASSAN2
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but if it was wrong then what
MTALHAHASSAN2
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treat
anonymous
  • anonymous
lol stop being so negative it is right
MTALHAHASSAN2
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don't lie
MTALHAHASSAN2
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you don't even read it thou
anonymous
  • anonymous
I did a long time ago, in fifth grade. And I never lie.
MTALHAHASSAN2
  • MTALHAHASSAN2
then can you plz help with one more question
anonymous
  • anonymous
Okay
MTALHAHASSAN2
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if you want
MTALHAHASSAN2
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ok
MTALHAHASSAN2
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completing a reflective journal showing what progress you have made and your thinking about the novel (characters, emerging themes, diction, lens, conflicts, symbolism, meaning, etc)
MTALHAHASSAN2
  • MTALHAHASSAN2
so basically I am doing a reflective journey as I tell u before
anonymous
  • anonymous
Well it's asking you to reflect upon the reading, tell what you liked and didn't, what was confusing and what you learned, and basically what your perspective is.
anonymous
  • anonymous
What were the major themes of the reading, how did the choice of wording effect the overall meaning
anonymous
  • anonymous
What symbols you identified and what they stand for
MTALHAHASSAN2
  • MTALHAHASSAN2
oh ok
MTALHAHASSAN2
  • MTALHAHASSAN2
In which grade are u
anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm going into 11th but I take college level English courses
MTALHAHASSAN2
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do you read this novel
anonymous
  • anonymous
I did a few years ago, it was very interesting
MTALHAHASSAN2
  • MTALHAHASSAN2
do u still remember it or not
anonymous
  • anonymous
I remember some of the major themes, and the main characters
MTALHAHASSAN2
  • MTALHAHASSAN2
so then can you plz help me a bit
MTALHAHASSAN2
  • MTALHAHASSAN2
plz
anonymous
  • anonymous
told you what to do, you won't learn anything if I write it for you
MTALHAHASSAN2
  • MTALHAHASSAN2
lol who told u to write just tell me some main ideas
MTALHAHASSAN2
  • MTALHAHASSAN2
I will write my self
anonymous
  • anonymous
Use your answer above, you mentioned most of the major themes
anonymous
  • anonymous
A reflection is all about your thoughts, your perspective. Tell me what you thought about the novel.
MTALHAHASSAN2
  • MTALHAHASSAN2
My though are that it was a good novel to read because there is a a lot of interesting thing in it like they told us about how you struggle a new immigrant have to survive and some other thing
MTALHAHASSAN2
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is
MTALHAHASSAN2
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As In the novel Bick Lane by Monica Ali, Nazneen was living a very happy life with her parent and sister Hasina in a very small Bangladeshi village. But only the one sort incident which change her all the life was her mother death after her mother death , her father decided Nazneen an arranged marriage with Chanu Ahmed, a man who almost twice her age. Chanu takes her to London, where he has lived and worked for almost two decades. But then know, Nazneen not only has to learn to live with Chanu, but she also has to survive in a whole new culture as well. So basically this tells us how the one short thing causes a very big change in the life one of the famous quotations from the book “What could not be changed must be borne. And since nothing could be changed, everything had to be borne. This principle ruled her life”.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Expand on that, tell me who your favorite character is, and why
anonymous
  • anonymous
So far that is very good
MTALHAHASSAN2
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I will the Nazneen was a main character in this novel and the author Monica Ali talk about her thought, ideas and many other about her is this novel
MTALHAHASSAN2
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say
anonymous
  • anonymous
Very good, now put all of that together in a final draft
anonymous
  • anonymous
Make sure you check for spelling and grammar problems
MTALHAHASSAN2
  • MTALHAHASSAN2
wait but how can I goona do that
anonymous
  • anonymous
I'll help, just post your final draft here and I'll check it
MTALHAHASSAN2
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ok wait a sec don't go
anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm not going anywhere
MTALHAHASSAN2
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MTALHAHASSAN2
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if I am missing any information plz let me know
MTALHAHASSAN2
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can you also plz look at my grammar or spelling
MTALHAHASSAN2
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plz
MTALHAHASSAN2
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@Kaelyn78
anonymous
  • anonymous
okay
MTALHAHASSAN2
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thnx alot
MTALHAHASSAN2
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@Kaelyn78 are you there
anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm here, I'm checking for errors
MTALHAHASSAN2
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oh ok
MTALHAHASSAN2
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you can also look at this: Journal Suggestions Good reading depends on more than fluency; it requires us to ask questions of the author and sometimes ourselves as we read. If you are reading a novel by Stephen King, for example, you may react more negatively to one scene than another. Ask yourself why. Going beyond the plot, you have to think about the kind of character the author is creating. Does this character have a particular moral or philosophical stance? Do you agree with it or disagree with that character? Does the author occasionally give us “too much information?” Consider, for example the long descriptive writing of Victorian novelists like Thomas Hardy or Anthony Trollope, for example, who occasionally seem to stop telling the story entirely in order to describe a town or a particular landscape. Why are such novels still read today? Does such a style presuppose any attitudes on the part of the reader? To guide your reflections on the literature, and your own reading strategies, below you will find a series of questions to help you think about various aspects of the text. It is not intended that you must answer all of these questions in each of your journals. These questions are meant to serve as guides to help you in your response. 1. Predicting or Generating Expectations: At various stages of your reading of the text… What sort of things could happen in the short and long term? 2. Puzzles: What puzzles or problems are you formulating at various reading moments? What specific questions are you asking of the text? 3. Filling the Gaps: What gaps are you filling in the text? What connections between events are you making? What is the point of each event? Why was a particular character included in the novel? 4. The Repertoire of Personal and Literary Experience: What connections are you making between events in your own experience and events in the novel? Does the book remind you of other books you have read? 5. Mental Images: What mental images are you forming of people, places and events in the novel? Consider the nature of these mental images and where they come from. For example, are they purely pictorial or are they more significantly “feelings about” things? 6. The Implied Author: What impression is the book giving you of the kind of person who wrote it? Do you find it difficult to sympathize with his or her view of the world? 7. The Implied Reader: What kind of reader do you think the author had in mind as his or her audience for this book? Are you having any difficulty suspending your own values, prejudices, and worldviews sufficiently to enable the book to work on you? Why? 8. Ideology: There is no such thing as an ideologically neutral text. What is the ideology of this text? What is the ideology of the society that saw fit to regard it as a great work of art? If the novel is not contemporary, why does it still speak to us today? 9. Reflection/Self-Understanding: From considering questions like 1-8, what are you learning about: a) Yourself as a person? b) Your own strengths and weaknesses as a reader? What are your really productive reading strategies? c) For example, when you come to “boring” bits, think about what boredom means to you, and what you are learning about yourself from being bored.
MTALHAHASSAN2
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this is just the idea how to write a reflection journey
anonymous
  • anonymous
I highlighted my corrections in red so you can see them
anonymous
  • anonymous
Your English is pretty good most of what you had trouble with is the usage of past an present tense
MTALHAHASSAN2
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I know but is it a good journey reflection or not
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes it is a very good reflection
anonymous
  • anonymous
I've written hundreds of them myself and this was very good
MTALHAHASSAN2
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do i need more information in it or is it fine
anonymous
  • anonymous
You have a sufficient amount of information
MTALHAHASSAN2
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ok as you say
MTALHAHASSAN2
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do you have a fb
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes, why?
MTALHAHASSAN2
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I wanna add u
MTALHAHASSAN2
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I think I need some more information
anonymous
  • anonymous
okay
anonymous
  • anonymous
what can I help with?
MTALHAHASSAN2
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so what can I write more about it thou
anonymous
  • anonymous
You have enough information
MTALHAHASSAN2
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lol I know but it has to be 2 page long
MTALHAHASSAN2
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but mine is talking one page and one half page
anonymous
  • anonymous
Use sensory details, tell us how the girl reacts to being married, how she adapts and what she learns. Tell us about her and her personality. What character do you relate to the most and why.
MTALHAHASSAN2
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ok
anonymous
  • anonymous
Do you know what sensory details are?
MTALHAHASSAN2
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you mean the The senses: Sight Smell Taste Touch Hearing
MTALHAHASSAN2
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So, sensory details are those descriptive words, phrases, or sentences that let the reader see, smell, taste, touch, or hear something.
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes
MTALHAHASSAN2
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so how can I include that
MTALHAHASSAN2
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can you plz give me any example
anonymous
  • anonymous
The distant rumble of cars and people talking invaded her senses, and for a moment she stopped and took in her surroundings. The sweet smell of the air surrounding the bakery she walked by. The feel of hard pavement under her sandals. She could taste the strawberries from the crepes displayed in a window case of the bakery.
anonymous
  • anonymous
The example above has examples of sound, smell, feel, and taste

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