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lala the given point are the following and its from hamlet Horatio's response to seeing the ghost for the first time. Hamlet's true feelings about his uncle and mother's marriage, prior to learning of the ghost. Ophelia on her feelings toward and Hamlet, and her reaction to her brother and father's counsel. Hamlet upon hearing the ghost's account of his father's murder.
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well, you pretend you are that character.
which character am I
Horatio's response to seeing the ghost for the first time. So in this situation I am be the Horatio or what
yes you would be Horatio.
and also do I have to write each of them seperately
so basically i am describing the Horatio action in my own words
you would have their thoughts and actions like your own so you would write in first person (i,me).
@Monkey4224 are you sure na??
but Is I am goona write each one seperately
na? what do you mean by separately they definitely would be different diary entrees.
like there are four different point are given so do i have to write four different diarys
I THINK that you should write at least four diary entrees.
with diary prompts
So who r u supposed to be or who r the characters
@Monkey4224 Horatio's response to seeing the ghost for the first time. When I see the ghost first time then I initially assumes that the ghost appearance must mean that there is something wrong with the current government, “this bodes some strange eruption to our state", and that the appearance is foreshadowing some ominous event that will soon occur. I get more shocked when I see the ghost exactly looking like the old king then I try to talk with the ghost but it’s disappear. Little later, the ghost of Old Hamlet appears once more. This time I again try to speak to the ghost. But when the ghost remains silent, I tells Marcellus and Bernardo to try to detain it; they strike at the ghost with their spears but jab only air. A rooster crows just as the ghost appears ready to reply to reply me at last. This sound startles the ghost away. But then I decide to tell Prince Hamlet, Old Hamlet’s son, about the apparition, and the others agree.
How is it??
the only problem i see is that tense changes.
what you mean
you have looking and shocked in the same sentence but looking is present tense and shocked is past tense.
Is there any other grammar or spelling mistake
lots of grammar mistakes but i don't think there are spelling mistakes
are you going to put it in past or present?
Is diary prompts has to be in past or present ?
is it somewhere i can easily comment? normally i have mine in past
So is it has to be in past??
not as far as i know...
so what you want me to change here
how about you put it in past tense then come back so we can fix the remaining mistakes.i have to go, but you could write/edit the other ones.
so you want to change in past tense
is that the only one written? and when is it due?
lol i am finishing it because its due today
is that the only one written?
no I am still working on it
@Monkey4224 are you here
how can i describe this one Hamlet's true feelings about his uncle and mother's marriage, prior to learning of the ghost.
not my best subject srry @MTALHAHASSAN2
Just how did Horatio respond to the ghost upon first sighting?
I already did this one
Okay, how did you do it? What was your process? What happened in your head?
When I saw the ghost for the first time, I initially assumed that its appearance must have meant that there was something wrong with the current government, “this bodes some strange eruption to our state", and that the appearance was foreshadowing some ominous event(s) that will soon take effect. I was even more shocked when I saw the ghost that looked exactly like the old king. When I tried to talk with the ghost it disappeared. A little later, the ghost of Old Hamlet reappeared once more. This time when I tried to speak to the ghost, the ghost remained silent, I told Marcellus and Bernardo to try to detain it; they poked at the ghost with their spears but could jab only air. A rooster crowed just as the ghost appeared ready to reply to me at last. The sound of the rooster’s crow startled the ghost and he dissipated once more. When I decided to tell Prince Hamlet, Old Hamlet’s son, about the apparition, the others agreed it was a good idea.
No good. 1) Why are we taking about the second occurrence? Aren't we speaking of the first only? 2) "Tried to talk to it"? Where are his demands? Where is his confrontational attitude? 3) "shocked"? Are we reading the same text? What shock is there in the first encounter? He is bold and demanding. Get the feelings. Get the intent. Where is the personality? Simply rephrasing or quoting will never do. If you were tired, at the end of the day, and thought to write in your personal journal before retiring, would you write in Shakespearean prose? I think not. Talk to your best friend. Tell him or her what happened.
@tkhunny so mine is totally looks bad
which type of changes do you want there
I would not grade it favorably. Take my hints and give it another go.
@tkhunny what you mean by the second occurrence?
and also what kinds of demands are you talking about
All of this: Little later, the ghost of Old Hamlet appears once more. This time I again try to speak to the ghost. But when the ghost remains silent, I tells Marcellus and Bernardo to try to detain it; they strike at the ghost with their spears but jab only air. A rooster crows just as the ghost appears ready to reply to reply me at last. This sound startles the ghost away. But then I decide to tell Prince Hamlet, Old Hamlet’s son, about the apparition, and the others agree. Totally disregards the original problem statement.
@LibaKhan can you plz look at my news report Madness end in tragic death: Yesterday at 4:00 am, the guards found the body of an innocent girl named Ophelia. After investigation, the guards found out that her death was merely accidental. Although many people still believed that Ophelia committed suicide because she could not control the trauma from her father's death. The guards said that "Gertrude had told us that someone was drowning in the stream". When I asked Gertrude "How did you know that Ophelia was drowning in the stream", She said that “I was enjoying a cool breeze on the Elsinore castle floor. From there I saw that Ophelia was sitting near a tree by a stream making circles of dead flowers for her hair. Suddenly she fell into the icy water of the stream.I rushed to informed the guards, but she had died before they could reach her. According to some people, Laertes seemed very sad and angry because first of all, his father died and then her sister. Holt appeared very sad and emotional. He also justifies his love for Ophelia. Hamlet said that "I loved Ophelia very much. Forty thousand brothers could not love her as much as I did". Claudius called the Ophelia death day “the worst day in Denmark ". The story of Ophelia ended in a sad way.