What is the hardest part about writing in Spanish?
The hardest part about writing in Spanish is trying not to directly translate from english to Spanish. Meaning some words in Spanish are rearranged for grammar purposes in comparison to English. There are sentences in Spanish that are short or longer than the average English sentence at they are considered complete sentences. The most important part of writing in Spanish is starting off with the basic grammar and working your way up from there. Beginning with conjugations, pronouns, adverbs, prepositions and transitions. These elements are important in writing in both English and Spanish. The attention to grammar in a foreign language can help people have a better understanding of grammar in their native language.
How do You Know when you have given a complete answer to your essay question?
When is comes to writing, the objective is to e clear and direct with your response. Editing is the key to really good writing. If there are space in your writing where you can ask the question why?, expand and explain what you are saying. Then try reading it to yourself out aloud, and have a friend look over it one last time.
How do we address the toxic masculinity and misogyny in the Book Their Eyes are watching God?
First we begin by addressing Janie role and woman in her community. She is biracial which put her in a social position of being within and without her community. The idea of Janie as close to whiteness as the community can dare to reach creates different emotions among the men and the women. The men wish they had a white looking delicate women that they could beat and still look, the darker women wish their men loved them as much as they desired Janie. The toxic masculinity comes with Tea Cakes Jealousy in this small Black town where Janie is considered a "prize". His insecurities as a darker man with a light skin women leads him to whip her as a sign of his possession of her. The action has nothing to do with Janie herself but what she represents to other other men in the community, and the respect and admiration Tea Cake desires. The toxic masculinity is further fueled by Janie believing this is the love she always wanted and the men and women around also wishing for this illusion of black love.