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Unformatted text preview: going to set everything down slowly and quietly. Before I put the plates and cups away fast but this time I put them back one by one and tried to close the cabinet doors slowly. After this I was knocked out, tired. My daughter came back in the kitchen and asked, “Are you ok?” I thought, “I wasn’t quiet?” I was stuck; I just threw my hands up. I said, next time you and your friends are in the other room and I’m in the kitchen, I will wait until you all leave to clean the dishes. A. This process of translation was not that different from my own, but it included more steps then I would include for myself. B. I had difficulties with a few signs so I tried to put them in the context of the story to help figure out what they meant. C. I learned that the sentence structure could vary a little depending on how you interpreted certain signs in the context of the story. D. I learned that reviewing can help clarify what the story is actually saying....
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This note was uploaded on 01/20/2012 for the course LSAOFFICE 251 taught by Professor Paulaberwanger during the Fall '11 term at University of Michigan.
- Fall '11