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09/04/2019

Can anyone proofread my essay?(1)?

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Can anyone proofread my essay?(1)?
if you have to add or remove some words please do so. Thank you

Misjudged is a word used when we mistakenly judged someone a person by their appearance, looks, intelligence, and facial expressions. We as society have misjudged others or we have been victims of it. For example we typically misjudged a homeless person; believing that he is a lazy person who doesn’t work and we based it on the clothes they are wearing to explain why we think that way. In the essay “My Essay Hector” by Michael T. Kaufman, the author misjudged his Hector when he thought he was a longshoreman because he would wear a knitted watch cap. He also misjudged Hector when he saw that he was not in the SP and IGC (Intellectual Gifted Children) class but Michael was; therefore he believed Hector was not going to be successful in his career since he wasn’t part of that class. I agree with the author, misjudgment is not acceptable in any way even though we might have the foundation of why we believed in that way.

Michael T. Kaufman misjudges his friend when he sees him wearing a cap. As Michael would sometimes see Hector with a knitted watch cap he would believe “he was probably working on the docks as a longshoreman” (Kaufman). So Michael clearly perceived and believed that his friend was a dock worker since he was wearing a cap which look to him like a longshoreman; in which he misjudged him once he realize that Hector was actually a waitress who was taking classes in Broadway. I have a personal experienced where I misjudged a person based on their looks and appearance. This person was a classmate of my Health class in High School. She always appears to me that she was a much conceded girl who only cares about her looks and about herself. She appears to be that way because she would mainly have make up all over her face cover up. She would also wear really short jeans and small sized shirts. The smell of the lotion she put on could smell through the entire class. Her physical appearance was beautiful, she had blue eyes, black hair, and she was medium size in height. But what I later assume to believe of this girl was she was a really nice girl. I began talking to her and we became friends. The way I would think of this girl was totally the opposite I though to believed and we are currently friends today. Looks and appearances can lead anybody to think that if they are dress this certain way then are portray to be this person. Just like in the essay, Michael believed Hector was a longshoreman because of his cap he would wear.

ANSWER
(Indent)Misjudged is a word used when someone has mistakenly judged someone else by their appearance, intelligence, or facial expressions. We as society have misjudged others or we have been victims of it. For example, society misjudging a homeless person; believing that he or she is a lazy person who does not work and we based it on the clothes they are wearing to explain why we think that way. In the essay, “My Essay Hector” by Michael T. Kaufman, the author misjudged the character named Hector when he thought he was a longshoreman because he would wear a knitted watch cap. He even misjudged Hector when he saw that he was not in the SP and IGC (Intellectual Gifted Children) class but Michael was; therefore he believed Hector was not going to be successful in his career since he was not part of that class. I agree with the author because misjudgment is not acceptable in any way even though we might have the foundation of why we believed in that way.

(Indent)Michael T. Kaufman misjudges his friend when he sees him wearing a cap. As Michael would sometimes see Hector with a knitted watch cap he would believe “He was probably working on the docks as a longshoreman” (Kaufman). So Michael clearly perceived and believed that his friend was a dock worker since he was wearing a cap and looked to him like a longshoreman. However, once he realized that Hector was actually a waiter who was taking classes in Broadway, he misjudges him. I have a personal experience where I misjudged a person based on their looks and appearance. This person was a classmate in high school. She always appeared to me that she was a much conceited girl who only cared about her looks and about herself. She appeared to be that way because she would mainly have makeup all over her face for cover up. She would also wear clothing I felt was inappropriate for class. The smell of lotion she would put on could smell through the entire class. Her physical appearance was beautiful, she had blue eyes, black hair, and she was average in height. But what I later assumed to believe of her was that she was actually a really nice girl. I began talking to her and we became friends. The way I would think of this girl was totally the opposite I thought to believe and we are currently friends to this day. In my opinion, looks and appearances can lead anybody to think the way I did. Just like in the essay, Michael believed Hector was a longshoreman because of his cap he would wear.