One fish, Two fish

Summary

In this book "One fish ,Two fish, Red fish ,Blue fish" the author is describing the different types of fish there are and using adjectives to explain what some of them are wearing and doing. The author is also describing the differences in the different fish. For example in the story the author says "This one has a little star , this one has a little car, Say! What a lot of fish there are".

Implication #1

The first implication that the author has is there are many "fish" and they are all different in many ways. The "fish" in the story have many different shapes and colors with different characteristic's. Which the story does not say they are each different, but they do name the different ways they see the fish.The story also explains the "fish" doing different things which does not necessarily mean they are different. The "fish" in the story are explaining people in real life and how no 2 people are exactly the same.

Implication #2

The author also has an implication that it doesnt matter how they different "fish" look he likes them all the same in the story. I think he is trying to say that you should like every person no matter how they look or act before you meet them.

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2 years ago
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I agree with your second implication. Personalities are what should decide relationships, not style, their hair, or their makeup trends. What really matters is how they act to you and whether they are trustworthy or not. That is how you choose a friend, not because of looks or belongings.
I also agree with your first implication. Just because you think someone is "pretty" or "ugly" doesn't mean you should treat them differently.

2 years ago
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I agree with your 2nd implication.There are many different people and they are all different from each other and you can't change that.

2 years ago
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I agree with your first implication on how not every 2 people are the same. Everybody is unique in their own way. Somebody could be shy and another person could by very social and that's what makes them unique.

2 years ago
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For example, everyone in this class is different. But yet, Mrs. Schuster still loves every single one of us in the same way. Same with the other two teachers.

2 years ago
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2 years ago
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I agree with both your implications and like how you touched base with real life situations.

2 years ago
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I agree with your implication about nobody being the same way, that we should like them, not judge them by how they look or act before meeting them. I like how you compared the describing of the fish to real people and how no anyone of us looks like one another.

2 years ago
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I like how make an implication that every fish is different, and that every person is different. Would another implication of this be that if one person does not like another person, that is because they are different from you and have different opinions and ideas.

2 years ago
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I agree with both of your implications and how you said that Dr. Seuss describes each person different in their own special way. It doesn't all go to the fish, humans and animals are different to. Not every person is the same.

2 years ago
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Your main message is awesome. We are all different, no one is the same. If we were the same life would be boring. Imagine if we were all African American women, who all had the same hair, same face, same clothes, ect. We have things in common with each other, this is totally different. Your personalities cannot possibly match up exactly. We all have disagreements with our friends, no matter how close. Twins look almost exactly alike, but may not act the same.