It Seems to Me: Speaking Spanish in America (Pathos (The author used…
It Seems to Me: Speaking Spanish in America
The author used Pathos in emotional stories. :
"They approached my daughters on the playground at Irvine Park in Chippewa Falls."
The author uses this phrase to show that even his little girls are being accused.
"I step forward and tell my girls to ignore the imbeciles,..."
This phrase shows that his daughters felt scared, sad, and worried.
"If the issue was important to them, you’d think they’d want to tell the 225-pound, 6-foot man as well."
This shows that he defends his wife and children and they see him and everyone doesn't do anything.
The author uses ethos to persuade the audience to speak Spanish.
"We could invade I suppose, but sweet-talking people out of their assets is a lot less expensive."
People should not riot but slowly get people to appreciate what many americans can do.
"Those of you who wish to learn, come find me in the park."
Anyone who is interested in joining him with speaking another language can come in join him.
"I’m encouraged by the fact that on the other side my children will have a marketable skill."
This phrase shows that if you speak another language you will be more likely to get a job quicker.
"It will be a few months before Trump takes office, but his followers have already been emboldened."