Rony V. Diaz is an award-winningFilipinowriter. He has won severalPalancaAwards. He joined the paper in 2001 as executive manager. He finally became publishing house and president of the Manila Times School of Journalism. Hehas taught English at U. P. Diliman and has worked for the Philippinegovernment as a Foreign Service corp Born inCabanatuan. Nueva Ecija butmoved toMindoroafter the bombardment of Clark Field. Fictional character:
Author – A male child who narrates the narrative and the chief dramatis personae of the narratives wholove their Pets. Delia – Sister of the writer who hate the Pets of his brother. Eddie – A adult male who help in their house. Berto – a adult male who gave the centipede. Biryuk – A favored Canis familiaris of the writer. Settings:
In the house and in the land.
When he saw her sister crushing his Canis familiaris.
Few Imaginations During the clip his male parent and the writer huntedsome animate beings in the wood. •
When her sister told Eddie and Berto to kill his Canis familiaris.
When the clip Berto give the Centipede to the writer.
When the clip the writer show his feeling to her sister.
When the clip the writer show his feelings to her sister and her sister did non travel. and she look his brother while shouting and voice out all the badthings that can make her sister to his pets. Conflict:
Man’s against Man–That’s because there are a job the writer and his sister. Denouement:
When the clip Delia kill the centipede of the writer. and the writer show his feelings.
I find this narrative really dramatic and really traveling although I felt it on the ulterior portion of the narrative near the stoping. I thought it was merely another narrative narrative where scenes were merely obviously stated and thing likewise. Everything was at easiness on the first parts. Happy household was presented. But of class. it appeared as a instead typical narrative of a Filipino household in a Spanish clip. The household was in a middle-class. “Mats” were a normal pasalubong in Filipinos when person was to travel someplace. Mr. Angeles in the narrative was merely making his fatherlike actions. making his occupation and doing certain everyone in the household was remembered by his distributed “mats” .
But there was a little tenseness go oning when as he distributed the “mats” he claimed a mat whose colourss were “purple and gold” which could be an deduction for high quality or royalty. However the characters in narrative seemed unnoticed this because they were so overwhelm to the fact that the “mats” given to them were truly personalized. Another tenseness was presented when he one by one cited to his specific kids “not to utilize this until the twelvemonth of your internship” ( for Jose ) and “You are non to utilize these mats until you go to the university. ” He was enforcing his authorization towards his kids. Or he wanted to give them something as an inspiration to acquire an accomplishment which is a common thing among parents ( possibly ) .
And the most dramatic portion started when Emilia wondered why “there are some more mats” so subsequently on Jaime confessed that they were for “The others who aren’t here…” Emilia tried to reason with this action of her hubby but as a defence he said. “Is it just to bury them? Would it be merely to ignore them? ” I realized that the three others mentioned referred to their kids who died at their immature age.
I felt that Jaime didn’t like the thought that one time people die. populating people bury them. Possibly he didn’t desire to be forgotten when he die.
a. Topographic point: Nana Emilia’s Houseb. Time: The clip puting for the action is in the afternoon. This storyhappened slightly between 1950’s up to the present clip. There is nospecific season for the said narrative but the narrative evolves in the eventide. II. Fictional characters:
a. Supporter: Mr. Angelesb. Adversary: Himself III.
The narrative is started by Mr. Angeles who is coming home for hisperiodic review trip. Then he had written in Mariveles to Nana Emiliathat he has a surprise to him that he bought mats that are made by anartistic craftsman at this country. These mats have colourful designs withtheir ain distinguish weaves. design. and colourss. He is excited to give itto them all.
. B. Rising Action
The lifting action is when Mr. Angeles is giving his surprised gift tothe whole household. And the siblings were really excited to acquire their gifts. And one by one. on the lit country of the house. he gave the mats withdistinguish names and symbolism on it. c. Climax
The highest portion of the narrative is wherein they all get the mats butthere are 3 staying mats that must be unfolded. And Mr. Angelesunfold it one by one and he speaks in a loud voice that he offers thissimple mats to his 3 dead siblings which are Josefina. Victoria. andConcepcion
d. Falling ction
The falling action of the narrative is where Nana Emilia and Mr. Angeles argues about this sensitive issue that they must bury alreadybecause they are dead but Mr. Angeles is so obstinate that heemphasized that these kids must non be taken for given
e. Denouement The denouement of this narrative is when the cihildren heard theword exploding in the silence. They wanted to turn off and non to hum face of their male parent and besides when Nana Emila shivered one time andtwice. bowed her caput. gripped her clapsed custodies between her thighs.
f. EndingAt the terminal of the narrative there was a entire silence on the house. Then the mats were unfolded and each name was easy revealed. Andthe mats for the 3 dead siblings were described
Conflict: Man V. Himself
Because Mr. Angeles wants to mark his 3 siblings and he was soemotional that this sensitive issue must non be talked about and besides theemotion was look before in himself and he happen the manner out to split thatemotion by offering mats to the 3 siblings V. THEME:
“We must non bury and take for granted the people whom passed awaybecause they contributed to our life and we must esteem them bycommemorating them. ”
A pronoun ancestor is a word that comes before a pronoun to which the pronoun refers. Following are definitions of ancestor every bit good as a reappraisal about the types of pronoun. information about the maps of an ancestor in a sentence. and illustrations of how to utilize in a sentence.
Specifying a Pronoun Antecedent
The word “antecedent” means something that precedes something else. In linguistic communication. it is the word that a pronoun refers back to. Since the pronoun replaces the noun. it has to hold in figure. So. if the ancestor. or word that comes earlier. is remarkable. so the pronoun that takes its topographic point must besides be remarkable. It can be confounding if there are several words between the pronoun and its ancestor. These words or clauses have no bearing on the words and they need to be ignored. Following are some particular state of affairss with illustrations of the right manner to hold pronoun antecedent understanding. Compound subjects can be a job.
If the topics are joined by an “and” so the pronoun needs to be plural. as in “Bob and Paul took their books. If the topics are joined by “or” or “nor” . so have the pronoun agree with the topic that is closer. or closest. to the pronoun. An illustration is “Either the histrion or the vocalists messed up their public presentation. If the pronoun is mentioning to one thing or a unit. like a squad or a jury. so the pronoun needs to be remarkable. An illustration is: “The jury has reached its finding of fact. ” Sometimes words sound plural and are non. like rubeolas or the intelligence. These would necessitate a remarkable pronoun. as in: “Measles is non every bit widespread as it one time was. ” This makes sense if you replace the word “measles” with “disease. ” Indefinite Pronouns That Are Ancestors
There are several regulations refering the usage of indefinite pronouns as ancestors and the pronoun antecedent understanding. The undermentioned indefinite pronouns are remarkable and need a remarkable pronoun: one. no 1. some one. everyone. anyone. cipher. anybody. person. everybody. nil. anything. something. everything. each. either. neither. An illustration is “Everything here has its ain box. ” The plural indefinite pronouns: several. both. few. and many. need to hold a plural pronoun. like in this sentence: “Several are at that place because of their expressions. ” Last. if there is an indefinite pronoun that is being modified by a prepositional phrase. so the object of the phrase will find the understanding between the pronoun and its ancestor. These particular indefinite pronouns are: some. most. all. any. or none. Look at these two sentences: “Most of the flour fell out of its canister” and “Many of the treasures have lost their shine” . If the object. like “flour” is uncountable. so the pronoun has to be remarkable ( its ) . If the object is denumerable. like “gems” . so the pronoun needs to be plural ( their ) . Pronoun Review
A pronoun is a word that takes the topographic point of a noun or another pronoun. Personal pronouns replacement for a certain thing or individual and are classified by subjective. nonsubjective. and genitive: Subjective personal pronouns are the topic of the sentence and are: I. we. you. he. she. it. and they
Objective personal pronouns are the object of a preposition. verb. or infinitive phrase. These are: me. us. you. him. her. it. and them
Possessive personal pronouns show ownership. They are:
mine. ours. yours. his. hers. its. and theirs
Demonstrative pronouns identify and point to the noun or pronoun. They are: this. that. these. and those
Interrogative pronouns are used to inquire a inquiry. These are: who. whom. what. which whoever. whomever. whatever. and whichever Relative pronouns nexus clauses or phrases to the remainder of the sentence. It could be: who. whoever. whom. whomever. that. which. and whichever
Indefinite pronouns are non specific and refer to all. some. or none. There are many of these. and a few are: one. few. any. cipher. anything. and everything
Automatic pronouns refer back to the topic of a clause or sentence. These are: myself. yourself. himself. herself. itself. ourselves. yourselves. and themselves Intensive pronouns stress and escalate the word predating it. They are the same as the automatic pronouns. An illustration is “I myself could non believe it. ”