Overhead, they can see the all-too-familiar signs of Hilton and Hyatt and Holiday Inn; in the distance, a sea of tract houses, mini-malls, and high rises. His outlook on them were difficult to understand. There may be a primary theme and one or more underlying themes. Factors influencing the airport customer experience: Nathalie Voigt May 21, at 6: You are commenting using your Facebook account. Some of his ironic juxtapositions are more humorous; Monks using credit cards despite our usual ideas of the non-attachment and anti-materialism stereotype of Monks.
By Raghad Oxforddil and Ahmed M. Think about how Iyer uses juxtaposition in his description of unlike images. You may need to make some inferences. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Notify me of new comments via email. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. Iyer later discusses his own personal experience with LAX and how it has affected his life.
This shows the variety of cultures that meet in the airport. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: But you wouldnt expect everything to be so crowded and busy. In these situations the theme is implied because the writer does not make a specific statement telling readers the theme of the text.
How would it be different if told from another point of view or perspective?
Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You have pointed out the difference between the “blue skies and palm trees” they were expecting and the reality they see instead. Speaking Activities for the Classroom. If the ezsay is told from another point of view then it would be different because the other person might not see it as this person did.
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How well does it serve this purpose? Skip to main content. When you are finished, find specific words, phrases, or sentences that correspond to your pictures. Asia Paul May 21, at 6: Iyer’s opinion about lax as a junction of colliding worlds because of all the different cultures and going to different areas of LA.
This portion struck a chord with me because I came from the other side of the country to attend college here with similar ambitions. Wprlds words would you use to describe the atmosphere in the essay?
Unknown October 30, at 8: Be sure to label your responses with the question numbers. He elaborated on a location that woorlds was familiar with, and through his experiences he was able to interpret the discreet physical cues that immigrants give upon their arrival.
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Whereas for me i believe English is a very easy language. Can you find some specific details and clues that make the essay seem exciting? The universal ideas about life and society that the author convey in this essay is that things are not always what they seem according to the article The blue skies and palm trees they saw on TV are scarcely visible from here: Iyer later discusses his own personal experience with LAX and how it has affected his life.
Los Angeles is often portrayed as the location where dreams come true and people strive for success. He also used culture to differentiate the differences in voice. Pico indirectly encourages people to just sit at airports and observe to learn about all the different cultures.
Where worlds collide
Think about how Iyer uses juxtaposition in his description of unlike images. There may be a primary theme and one or more underlying themes. How does point of view sorlds meaning? His outlook on them were difficult to understand. The essay starts out with a description of what plco experience when they first arrive to Los Angeles International Airport.
Rory Haiber May 21, at 6: I think the atmosphere of the essay seems exciting also because its a place you’ve never been to before.
You are commenting using your WordPress. I thought this idea was so interesting as sometimes the people you meet or see at airports you would never see or talk to them in your city or in your daily routine in life.