What is the lesson learned from the story of the sotry Footnote to Youth?
don't marry someone at the young age
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What lessons can be learned from the story of Noah?
Answer . It teaches us that we don't have to understand why. When God says "do something," trust Him.. Answer . That an all-loving God will kill all His creations in a whim, including innocent babies and unborn child.. See Related Links . See the Related Link for "noah's ark" to the bottom for the answer. . Answer . And God saw that the wickedness of man was great in the earth, and that every imagination of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually. And it repented the Lord that he had made man on the earth, and it grieved him at his heart. Genesis 6 v 5 - 6 The earth also was corrupt before God, and the earth was filled with violence. and God looked upon the earth and, behold, it was corrupt; for all flesh had corrupted his way upon the earth. Genesis 6 v 11 - 12. Thus we see an important lesson from the story of Noah. The Bible teaches that there was very good and sufficient reason for the flood of Noah's day. At times there come into the pages of history individuals who seem to be unspeakably wicked, violent, and vile. The Bible record here indicates that all of mankind was that way! It also teaches us that sin is serious, and that a righteous God who is the maker of all has the right to expect certain behavior. This passage also makes clear that the God of the Bible is compassionate. The state of affairs grieved him deeply. But he had no choice. Especially when we remember that Noah was called a 'preacher of righteousness' in 2 Peter 2 v 5 the persons who perished in the flood were without excuse as they heard Noah's message and no doubt saw or heard about the Ark while it was being built.
What is 'Footnote to Youth' the Whole Story and Characters?
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What is the whole story of Footnote to Youth?
Summary: Dodong wanted to marry Teang and asked his father's permission. Thinking that since they are young, their love would be short, he allowed them to get married. After nine months, Teang gave birth to a child named Blas. For six consecutive years, a new child came along. Teang did not complain even thought she secretly regretted being married at an early age. Sometimes she even wondered if she would have the same life if Lucio, her other suitor who was nine years older than Dodong, was the one she married. Lucio has had no children since the time he married. When Teang and Dodong were twenty they looked like they were fifty. When Blas was 18, he told his father that he would marry Tona. Dodong did not object, but tried to make Blas think twice before rushing to marriage - because Dodong doesn't want Blas to end up like him.
What is the theme of the story 'Footnote to Youth'?
A footnote is used to indicate a source. It is also used toemphasize something. It is entitled footnote to youth since thestory emphasizes a message that youth nowadays must know---not tomarry early.
What is the relevance of the title Footnote to Youth to the story?
to know what is the relevance of title, you first need to define what is a footnote footnotes are tiny notes placed at the bottom of a page of a book or manuscript that comments on or cites a reference for a designated part of the text which gives a better insight of what the page is about. it was name Footnote to Youth because in the same sense, it was somekind of a reference to the youth to learn things which are far broader than their knowledge.Using the word footnote to compare the lesson in the story, J.G Villa had managed to emphasized that the lesson was often neglected by teens which are the same with footnotes.Because they are too small, we tend to skip by them.
Moral lesson of the Footnote to Youth?
Marriage in a very young age when you are not yet prepared with the obligations accompanied to it will give birth to more problems. Therefore before entering to a married life, we must not only think twice but a hundred times...
What is a summary of the story Footnote to Youth by Jose Garcia Villa?
It was a story of a boy who was only 17 when he decides to marry his love one. He was dodong, and he love teang so much that he could not wait for the right age to settle down in a relationship that is hard to escape. It's the "marriage". At the age of 17 dodong and teang got married without thinking of the risk being in an uneasy part of life. They just follow what they feel. They don't think what would happen in their future. They got a child. Teang realized how hard being a young parent. Her regret of she had done and think, what would be my life if i marry my other suitors instead of dodong? Can I have the same life as of now? She regrets so much of!! Until one day, when their son grow. He follows the footsteps of his parents. He wants to marry also at the age of 17. He told his parents what his plans. Dodong have nothing to do but explain how hard and how risky to be in "marriage "at the young age.. But like dodong before, his son also wants to pursue what he wants. The lesson we can learn is that marriage can wait the right time, if we want to be in this stage of life, we must prepare ourselves against the risk of it. I know we can all be in to it if we like too but not at the young age. This would be a lesson for youth like me. Jose Garcia villa is a great write coz aside from having nice story; he also had the point of view where we can have the knowledge of something related to what will happen to us. .
Reaction of the story Footnote to Youth?
Footnote to youth story explains the life a youth who get married earlier without planning what will happen ahead. youth are just triumph of their feelings that's why that came up with the unexpected events of their life, One of the reason also, was that the love of parents, it is consider as the main theme that explains the story why it happens. the author was able to explain and differentiate the life of the youth on the past and the youth of today.
Can i have a complete story of Footnote to Youth?
"Footnote to Youth" was written by Jose Garcia Villa.The sun was salmon and hazy in the west. Dodong thought to himself he would tell his father about Teang when he got home, after he had unhitched the carabao from the plow, and let it to its shed and fed it. He was hesitant about saying it, but he wanted his father to know. What he had to say was of serious import as it would mark a climacteric in his life. Dodong finally decided to tell it, at a thought came to him his father might refuse to consider it. His father was silent hard-working farmer who chewed areca nut, which he had learned to do from his mother, Dodong's grandmother. I will tell it to him. I will tell it to him. The ground was broken up into many fresh wounds and fragrant with a sweetish earthy smell. Many slender soft worms emerged from the furrows and then burrowed again deeper into the soil. A short colorless worm marched blindly to Dodong's foot and crawled calmly over it. Dodong go tickled and jerked his foot, flinging the worm into the air. Dodong did not bother to look where it fell, but thought of his age, seventeen, and he said to himself he was not young any more. Dodong unhitched the carabao leisurely and gave it a healthy tap on the hip. The beast turned its head to look at him with dumb faithful eyes. Dodong gave it a slight push and the animal walked alongside him to its shed. He placed bundles of grass before it land the carabao began to eat. Dodong looked at it without interests. Dodong started homeward, thinking how he would break his news to his father. He wanted to marry, Dodong did. He was seventeen, he had pimples on his face, the down on his upper lip already was dark-these meant he was no longer a boy. He was growing into a man--he was a man. Dodong felt insolent and big at the thought of it although he was by nature low in statue. Thinking himself a man grown Dodong felt he could do anything. He walked faster, prodded by the thought of his virility. A small angled stone bled his foot, but he dismissed it cursorily. He lifted his leg and looked at the hurt toe and then went on walking. In the cool sundown he thought wild you dreams of himself and Teang. Teang, his girl. She had a small brown face and small black eyes and straightglossy hair. How desirable she was to him. She made him dream even during the day. Dodong tensed with desire and looked at the muscles of his arms. Dirty. This field work was healthy, invigorating but it begrimed you, smudged you terribly. He turned back the way he had come, then marched obliquely to a creek. Dodong stripped himself and laid his clothes, a gray undershirt and red kundiman shorts, on the grass. The he went into the water, wet his body over, and rubbed at it vigorously. He was not long in bathing, then he marched homeward again. The bath made him feel cool. It was dusk when he reached home. The petroleum lamp on the ceiling already was lighted and the low unvarnished square table was set for supper. His parents and he sat down on the floor around the table to eat. They had fried fresh-water fish, rice, bananas, and caked sugar. Dodong ate fish and rice, but didnot partake of the fruit. The bananas were overripe and when one held them they felt more fluid than solid. Dodong broke off a piece of the cakes sugar, dipped it in his glass of water and ate it. He got another piece and wanted some more, but he thought of leaving the remainder for his parents. Dodong's mother removed the dishes when they were through and went out to the batalan to wash them. She walked with slow careful steps and Dodong wanted to help her carry the dishes out, but he was tired and now felt lazy. He wished as he looked at her that he had a sister who could help his mother in the housework. He pitied her, doing all the housework alone. His father remained in the room, sucking a diseased tooth. It was paining him again, Dodong knew. Dodong had told him often and again to let the town dentist pull it out, but he was afraid, his father was. He did not tell that to Dodong, but Dodong guessed it. Afterward Dodong himself thought that if he had a decayed tooth he would be afraid to go to the dentist; he would not be any bolder than his father. Dodong said while his mother was out that he was going to marry Teang. There it was out, what he had to say, and over which he had done so much thinking. He had said it without any effort at all and without self-consciousness. Dodong felt relieved and looked at his father expectantly. A decrescent moon outside shed its feeble light into the window, graying the still black temples of his father. His father looked old now. "I am going to marry Teang," Dodong said.His father looked at him silently and stopped sucking the broken tooth. The silence became intense and cruel, and Dodong wished his father would suck that troublous tooth again. Dodong was uncomfortable and then became angry because his father kept looking at him without uttering anything."I will marry Teang," Dodong repeated. "I will marry Teang." His father kept gazing at him in inflexible silence and Dodong fidgeted on his seat. "I asked her last night to marry me and she said...yes. I want your permission. I... want... it...." There was impatient clamor in his voice, an exacting protest at this coldness, this indifference. Dodong looked at his father sourly. He cracked his knuckles one by one, and the little sounds it made broke dully the night stillness. "Must you marry, Dodong?" Dodong resented his father's questions; his father himself had married. Dodong made a quick impassioned easy in his mind about selfishness, but later he got confused. "You are very young, Dodong." "I'm... seventeen." "That's very young to get married at." "I... I want to marry...Teang's good girl." "Tell your mother," his father said. "You tell her, tatay." "Dodong, you tell your inay." "You tell her." "All right, Dodong." "You will let me marry Teang?" "Son, if that is your wish... of course..." There was a strange helpless light in his father's eyes. Dodong did not read it, too absorbed was he in himself. Dodong was immensely glad he had asserted himself. He lost his resentment for his father. For a while he even felt sorry for him about the diseased tooth. Then he confined his mind to dreaming of Teang and himself. Sweet young dream.... Dodong stood in the sweltering noon heat, sweating profusely, so that his camiseta was damp. He was still like a tree and his thoughts were confused. His mother had told him not to leave the house, but he had left. He had wanted to get out of it without clear reason at all. He was afraid, he felt. Afraid of the house. It had seemed to cage him, to compares his thoughts with severe tyranny. Afraid also of Teang. Teang was giving birth in the house; she gave screams that chilled his blood. He did not want her to scream like that, he seemed to be rebuking him. He began to wonder madly if the process of childbirth was really painful. Some women, when they gave birth, did not cry. In a few moments he would be a father. "Father, father," he whispered the word with awe, with strangeness. He was young, he realized now, contradicting himself of nine months comfortable... "Your son," people would soon be telling him. "Your son, Dodong." Dodong felt tired standing. He sat down on a saw horse with his feet close together. He looked at his callused toes. Suppose he had ten children... What made him think that? What was the matter with him? God! He heard his mother's voice from the house: "Come up, Dodong. It is over." Of a sudden he felt terribly embarrassed as he looked at her. Somehow he was ashamed to his mother of his youthful paternity. It made him feel guilty, as if he had taken something no properly his. He dropped his eyes and pretended to dust dirt off his kundiman shorts. "Dodong," his mother called again. "Dodong." He turned to look again and this time saw his father beside his mother. "It is a boy," his father said. He beckoned Dodong to come up.odong felt more embarrassed and did not move. What a moment for him. His parents' eyes seemed to pierce him through and he felt limp. He wanted to hide from them, to run away. "Dodong, you come up. You come up," he mother said. Dodong did not want to come up and stayed in the sun. "Dodong. Dodong." "I'll... come up." Dodong traced tremulous steps on the dry parched yard. He ascended the bamboo steps slowly. His heart pounded mercilessly in him. Within, he avoided his parents eyes. He walked ahead of them so that they should not see his face. He felt guilty and untrue. He felt like crying. His eyes smarted and his chest wanted to burst. He wanted to turn back, to go back to the yard. He wanted somebody to punish him. His father thrust his hand in his and gripped it gently. "Son," his father said. And his mother: "Dodong..." How kind were their voices. They flowed into him, making him strong. "Teang?" Dodong said. "She's sleeping. But you go in..." His father led him into the small sawali room. Dodong saw Teang, his girl wife, asleep on the papag with her black hair soft around her face. He did not want her to look that pale... Dodong wanted to touch her, to push away that stray wisp of hair that touched her lips, but again that feeling of embarrassment came over him and before his parents he did not want to be demonstrative. The hilot was wrapping the child, Dodong heart it cry. The thin voice pierced him queerly. He could not control the swelling of happiness in him. You give him to me. You give him to me," Dodong said. * * * Blas was not Dodong's child. Many more children came. For six successive years a new child came along. Dodong did not want any more children, but they came. It seemed the coming of children could not be helped. Dodong got angry with himself sometimes. Teang did not complain, but the bearing of children told on her. She was shapeless and thin now, even if she was young. There was interminable work to be done. Cooking. Laundering. The house. The children. She cried sometimes, wishing she had not married. She did not tell Dodong this, not wishing him to dislike her. Yet she wished she had not married. Not even Dodong, whom she loved. There has been another suitor, Lucio, older than Dodong by nine years, and that was why she had chosen Dodong. Young Dodong. Seventeen. Lucio had married another after her marriage to Dodong, but he was childless until now. She wondered if she had married Lucio, would she have borne him children. Maybe not either. That was a better lot. But she loved Dodong... Dodong whom life had made ugly. One night, as he lay beside his wife, he roe and went out of the house. He stood in the moonlight, tired and querulous. He wanted to ask questions and somebody to answer him. He w anted to be wise about many things. One of them was why life did not fulfill all of Youth's dreams. Why it must be so. Why one was forsaken... after Love. Dodong would not find the answer. Maybe the question was not to be answered. It must be so to make Youth. Youth. Youth must be dreamfully sweet. Dreamfully sweet. Dodong returned to the house humiliated by himself. He had wanted to know a little wisdom but was denied it. * * * When Blas was eighteen he came home one night very flustered and happy. It was late at night and Teang and the other children were asleep. Dodong heard Blas's steps, for he could not sleep well of nights. He watched Blas undress in the dark and lie down softly. Blas was restless on his mat and could not sleep. Dodong called him name and asked why he did not sleep. Blas said he could not sleep. "You better go to sleep. It is late," Dodong said. Blas raised himself on his elbow and muttered something in a low fluttering voice. Dodong did not answer and tried to sleep. "Itay ...," Blas called softly. Dodong stirred and asked him what was it. "I am going to marry Tena. She accepted me tonight." Dodong lay on the red pillow without moving. "Itay, you think it over." Dodong lay silent. "I love Tena and... I want her." Dodong rose f ROM his mat and told Blas to follow him. They descended to the yard, where everything was still and quiet. The moonlight was cold and white. "You want to marry Tena," Dodong said. He did not want Blas to marry yet. Blas was very young. The life that would follow marriage would be heard... "Yes." "Must you marry?" Blas's voice stilled with resentment. "I will marry Tena." Dodong kept silent, hurt. "You have objections, Itay?" Blas asked acridly. "Son... n-none..." (But truly, God, I don't want Blas to marry yet... not yet. I don't want Blas to marry yet....) But he was helpless. He could not do anything. Youth must triumph... now. Love must triumph... now. Afterwards... it will be life. As long ago Youth and Love did triumph for Dodong... and then Life. Dodong looked wistfully at his young son in the moonlight. He felt extremely sad and sorry for him.
Story of the Footnote to Youth?
Footnote to Youth by Jose Garcia Villa is about a 17 year old boynamed Dudon who wants to marry his girlfriend. His father does notwant him to but can't stop him so the young kids get married. Theyhave many of their own children and age quickly because of growingup so quickly. Eventually, one of their sons is in the sameposition and wants to marry his girlfriend. In that moment, Dudongrealizes what his father felt like, and is sad for his son becausehe knows how hard his life will be.
What Lesson learned in the story Amos and boris?
The lesson is that good friends are never lost because they remain in our hearts, even if distance seperates them. You could also interpret it as if you do a favor, it will be returned one way or the other.
What is the lesson learnes from the story Footnote to Youth?
Marriage in a very young age when you are not yet prepared with the obligations accompanied to it will give birth to more problems. Therefore before entering to a married life, we must not only think twice but a hundred times....
Conclusion of the story Footnote to Youth by Jose Garcia Villa?
Jose Garcia Villa was not only a most significant influence on what was a developing English-language literature in the Philippines earlier in the 20th century, but he also was a leading modernist American poet. The poet wrote metaphysically. From the dregs of the failed revolution, from the household ruled by a man living in the past, Villa came to claim that he was born in a country called "Doveglion" - a name he melded from "dove, eagle and lion" and something he described as a "strange country with no boundaries. Only "Earth Angels" can live in this country. Villa would explain, "Land itself is not a real country: it is commerce, agriculture, politics, a husk country." Doveglion, however is a real country because it is a country "that moves to follow fire." Thus, Villa seemed to confirm charges that he wrote as if he wasn't birthed from that troubled country called the Philippines. And yet I would agree with Joaquin who posits that Villa was writing, indeed, as a Filipino. Because his poetry that seems to spring from nowhere is indeed rooted in Filipino history - it is the needful post-Revolution duty of killing the father. The Philippines had to move on; it had to move on into the period of its American colonization. In the mid-1950s, Jose gave up writing poems abruptly. He gave up writing poems because he said he didn't wish to repeat himself. But this doesn't necessarily explain why his work, after receiving such praise, would lapse into obscurity. He had already become happy, knowing the fact that he had achieved his goals.
What are the reflections of the story of Footnote to Youth?
Reflection (Footnote to Youth): What we give to life, it turns everything back to us. The story wherein Dodong married at early age is not that good considering the life of the family with parents who cannot understand enough what life can bring. He thought everything would be fine in the future but the consequences still made it's way to shake his life when his son Blas decided to get married same as what he had done in the past. One lesson I've got is to think first before doing an unsure step to avoid superficial which may arise due to improper decision process. We have seen lots of the same experiences in this current generation. What we cna do as a youth is to be more aware enough of our little step. YES, we have the power over life however, everything must be seen in a critical mode. Having it said, still,our parents can better understand and can explain to us so it's better to consult their advices first. Never ever make a quick decision when you're happy just like never ever made a decision when you're down. Ghelle email@example.com
What lesson can you learn in the story Joseph the dreamer?
The lesson you can learn from the story of Joseph the dreamer is a complete dedication, trust and faith to God even the midst of discomfort, loneliness, betrayal, false accusation. And lastly to forgive and forget the sins of our fellowmen...Matthew 18:35
Conflict of the story of Footnote to Youth?
The conflict of the story Footnote to Youth has to do with thecouple marrying at such a young age. The struggle and have regretsabout their decision.
What is your reaction about the story Footnote to Youth?
The Analysis of footnote to Youth The short story "footnote to youth" is about how Jose Villa wanted to guide the youth in dealing with early marriage. Footnote in the first place is a guide citation that was used by the researchers before, and until today there are some who are using it. Anyway, he made the story for us, youth, to be guided. Guided in our inevitable decisions in life that could only cause our lives to be miserable someday. That we should not rush time in our decisions but nevertheless to weigh every single action we'll be making. Reaction of the story footnote to youth My reaction about the story it is really sad to know that what we want right away will lead us into misery and regrets. this story only shows how eager youth are in terms of what they want and when they want it. so true in the community. Yet, this very young and too eager generation do not yet know or too far away from the realization of the possible outcomes of their very subjective decisions in life. The story is a perfect reflection of the youth as it seeks to achieved all his desires and vanities in life. Someday, somehow we will be the ones experiencing this story. I am also a youth who get what i want. I realized that is it not always good to have everything i want at hand when i wanted them. As i seek the journey of the road called life, i come up into a though that everything i wanted most will come right on time, thus, creating greater fulfilment and contentment in life. Meaning, what life may offer is too different from what we want in a rush. What we either achieved is best rather than good. To my fellow youth, do not let things pass so fast. Savour each moment that you are still in the bracket of youthfulness. The secret to a fulfilled life and too far from regrets is to live each day or moment meaningfully. Footnote to youth story explains the life a youth who get married earlier without planning what will happen ahead. Youth are just triumph of their feelings that's why that came up with the unexpected events of their life, one of the reason also, was that the love of parents, it is consider as the main theme that explains the story why it happens. the author was able to explain and differentiate the life of the youth on the past and the youth of today.
What is the resolution in the story 'Footnote to Youth'?
Ã¢??Footnote To YouthÃ¢?? by Jose Garcia Villa tells the story of a17 year old boy who feels he is ready to wed his sweetheart. Thefather reluctantly gives consent and the boy embarks on a verydifficult marriage that results in seven children in six years.When his son, at 18, asks for permission to wed and he gives thesame reaction as his father gave him, because he finallyunderstands the peril of youth and love.
Who is the characters of the story Footnote to Youth?
Dodong-main character of the story who got married at the age of 17 Teang-regretted marrying at an early age Lucio-Teang's other suitor who got married after she did and who's childless until now Blas- Dodong and Teang's oldest son who followed their footsteps in the end. Blas contemplated to marry Tona when he was 18 Tona--woman whom Blas wants to marry.
What is the conflict of the short story Footnote to Youth?
Footnote to Youth is a short story by Jose Garcia Villa. Theconflict in the plot comes when the two main characters, Dodong andTeang, decide to marry at a very young age.
What are the new vocabulary words in the story Footnote to Youth?
cursorily-accelerated smudged-a dirty mark vigorously-powerful action emerged- rise out insolent-disrespectful stature-standing consciousness-aware fidgeted-rest less mood sourly-fermented immensely- bounded climacteric-critical period queer-strange querulous-habitually complaining descended-more down ward resenment-angry
Who was the character of the story of Footnote to Youth?
Dodong was the main character of the story who realize how hard it was tama ka dyan
What is the moral lesson found in the story Footnote to Youth?
It is always easy to get married but is never easy having a big responsibility. So, one must always think, not only twice but more times, to really understand what he/she will be encountering. or simply, To think it over and consider the future before making up your mind.
What is the introduction of the story footnote to youth?
The introduction of the story entitled Footnote to Youth, writtenby Jose Garcia, states that a seventeen year old boy named Dodongwanted to marry Teang. He asked his father's permission but was notallowed to.
What are the lessons we get in the story of Footnote to Youth?
It is always easy to get married but is never easy having a big responsibility. So, one must always think, not only twice but more times, to really understand what he/she will be encountering. or simply, To think it over and consider the future before making up your mind.
What is the theme of the story footnotes to youth?
Answer . it is all about the story of Dodong who beleived that due to hid virility he could already marry Teang!!!But in the end they wish they were not married because of the different disadvantages of marrying at young age. Answer . it is all about the story of Dodong who beleived that due to hid virility he could already marry Teang!!!But in the end they wish they were not married because of the different disadvantages of marrying at young age. Answer . it is all about the story of Dodong who beleived that due to hid virility he could already marry Teang!!!But in the end they wish they were not married because of the different disadvantages of marrying at young age.
What are the lessons learned from the story Beowulf?
Some are: 1. Be a good leader 2. Know when to quit 3. Find your Wiglaf Those three are my favorite lessons that i have seen from a website ( http://foothilltech.org/mlindsey/seniors/Docs/life_lessonsfrom_beowulf.pdf ) :)
What is the moral lesson learn in the story of Cinderella?
In my opinion, there is no moral lesson in Cinderella, but a lesson that you can learn is: Wear shoes that fit.
What is the setting Footnote to Youth by Jose Garcia Villa's Story?
i learn that we must wait our future come and make a dasision very carefully!!!
Point of view in the story Footnote to Youth?
Footnote to Youth is told in the third person or omniscient pointof view in fiction. This style of writing allows for free movementand more information in less time. The story begins at a time whenthe protagonist is in the last stage of child to adult.
What are the lesson learns in the story Rumpelstiltskin?
It's that we should all be more careful what we say, and think of the consequences.
What lessons do we learn from Ruth's story?
There are many lesson we can learn from Ruth. One lesson is that God can use anyone to bring about his will. You do have to be an Israelite to be in the Birth line of Jesus. All Israel must have known that Boaz was the blood line that the Messiah was comming through, and he was getting old. Ruth was obedient to Naomi and God worked out the marriage. All of Israel must have been very happy when she had a son.
What is a lesson learned in a story called?
it could be a Fable, in which animals are given human qualities and express a moral lesson. Or perhaps a Parable in which the story teller provides the information
Literary criticism of the story Footnote to Youth?
footnot to youth is a story with a moral lesson which shows why we should not marry at a young age. dodong felt what his father felt when his son asked him that he would marry
What is the moral lesson of the of Footnote to Youth?
It is to not marry at a young age. To think it over and consider the future before making up your mind. Make sure you are prepared before taking in a new responsibility.
What is the lesson learn in the story of Rapunzel?
To never try to control someone. Another lesson is that in situations that seem dire and when you believe there's no way out, don't give up because you may surprise yourself with strength, resourcefulness and cunning. -TammyJardielLopez-
What is the point of view in the story Footnote to Youth by Jose garcia villa?
Footnote to Youth, written by Jose Garcia Villa, features anomniscient point of view. Jose Garcia Villa was a Filipino poet.
What lesson do you learn from the story the open window?
Try not to drown in bogs nothing good will come from that ð ð ðð»
What is the lesson learned in the story seventh grade?
I rember that story from last year. Good times. well the lesson learned, is don't lie to impress people. :]
What is the lessons that learned to the story of The Aged Mother?
In the saying "with the crown of snow, there cometh wisdom"- thecrown of snow is pertaining to the elders, emphasizes theimportance of them in shaping our society. The word "there comethwisdom" explained that as we get old our everyday experiences makesus wit, and as we commit mistakes learning comes. The old folks whoundergone on the different challenges in life and had surviveserves as our guiding path because their varied experiences teachus to become wise; wise enough to know right from wrong. hahahaha... made by johnganiel tique.... for more info. firstname.lastname@example.org on facebook... i hope you like it.. goodluck
What is the important lesson you've learned as a youth?
The most important lesson I learned as a youth, I learned from my father. When I was about 15, we got into a friendly discussion one day about personal finance. It culminated with my father telling me: "Never forget - there is always a day of reckoning". I never forgot that. And after 38 years of marriage, my wife and I have never been in any serious financial trouble of any kind because I never forgot that.
What is 'Footnote to Youth' the Whole Story lesson learned?
footnote to youth gives us a lesson that marrying in a young age isnot good for teeanagers. it will only give us big problems andresponsibilities that a young people must not experience with.Settle your life first.
What is plot of the story of Footnote to Youth?
Plot: Dodong wanted to marry Teang and asked his father's permission. Thinking that since they are young, their love would be short, he allowed them to get married. After nine months, Teang gave birth to a child named Blas. For six consecutive years, a new child came along. Teang did not complain even thought she secretly regretted being married at an early age. Sometimes she even wondered if she would have the same life if Lucio, her other suitor who was nine years older than Dodong, was the one she married. Lucio has had no children since the time he married. When Teang and Dodong were twenty they looked like they were fifty. When Blas was 18, he told his father that he would marry Tona. Dodong did not object, but tried to make Blas think twice before rushing to marriage - because Dodong doesn't want Blas to end up like him.
How do you like or dislike the story Footnote to Youth?
I like the characters, because I think those characters showed in the story Were based on real life. Like it portrays the perspective of the youth and The reality around us. -nick james poculan
What is the problem in the story of footnote to youth?
the problem of this selection is that young people engage a marriage w/o further more mature or to young to do things that are surely..............................................
What lesson did you learn in the story Hatchet?
Believe in yourself and nothing is impossible. Brian (the main character) gave up on surviving but then figured out that he had too. He had to be found. He had to be saved.
What is the point of view and atmosphere in the story Footnote to Youth?
the point of view of the story is to realize both of them that marriage is sacred and it is hard to be married in young age.
What are the lessons to be learned from the Aral Sea story?
the interdependence between humanity and nature, and the consequences of disregarding the environment in pursuit of progress; and (2) the trans-national nature of environmental problems, and the need to cooperate across borders to prevent and reduce the impact of environmental disasters
What is the main conflict in the story Footnote to Youth?
the main conflict in the story is dodong want to be a multi millionaire and i want too.ikaw din ba?
What is the significant of the setting to the development of the story of Footnote to Youth?
Because of the gravity of the Earth and all should know that chlelen bombonel ang chinese garter na pink is natural..