Who has the Greatest freedom. Orwell or the Burmese?

George Orwell is a police officer and this may give you the idea that he has freedom more than the Burmese people that he lived with, but obviously he doesn’t. He wasn’t free to do what he wanted, he did what white men always do, even if he didn’t believe in the things they did. He hated the British imperialism, but still he did nothing that shows disagreement with the imperialism, this show that he wasn’t free. Because he was a police officer he had to decide what do about the elephant and at last he shot it, but not because he wanted, it was just to show that white men are strong, he said “A white man mustn't be frightened in front of natives", this shows that before he takes an action he thinks of others and not what he really wants to do. He didn’t do what he thought that is right, because he decided to watch the elephant and if it wasn’t dangerous he won’t shoot it, but then he shot it and of course he did it because he thought of other things other than deciding to take the right decision of his own. Burmese are free because they don’t have rules and they showed their freedom in different ways as they always attacked British people and did whatever they want.

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Hi,

You have some tense inconsistencies. Also, I don't remember anything in "Shooting the Elephant" that supports the ending you come up with.

Orwell's biographers now say this didn't really happen, by the way.

Who has the Greatest freedom. Orwell or the Burmese?

George Orwell is a police officer and this may give you the idea that he has freedom more (order) than the Burmese people that he lived with, but obviously he doesn’t. He wasn’t free to do what he wanted, he did what white men always do, even if he didn’t believe in the things they did. He hated the British imperialism, but still he did nothing that shows disagreement with the imperialism, this show that he wasn’t free. Because he was a police officer he had to decide what to do about the elephant and at last he shot it, but not because he wanted, it was just to show that white men are strong, he said “A white man mustn't be frightened in front of natives", this shows that before he takes an action he thinks of others and not what he really wants to do. He didn’t do what he thought (word deleted) is right, because he decided to watch the elephant and if it wasn’t dangerous he won’t shoot it, but then he shot it and of course he did it because he thought of other things other than deciding to take the right decision of his own. Burmese are free because they don’t have rules and they showed their freedom in different ways as they always attacked British people and did whatever they want.

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Who has the Greatest freedom. Orwell or the Burmese?

George Orwell is a police officer. His job might indicate more control and power over the people with which he lived, but obviously he doesn’t. (How is it obvious? I don't understand. You can clarify this point or elate it.) Though Orwell hated British imperialism, he did not openly rebel against it.

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- Okay, I am having a difficult time reading your paragraph. I understand what you are trying to say, but you need to express your ideas and thoughts more flowingly. You are assuming that your readers, us, are George Orwell's biographers: but we are not. I did not know he was a police officer and that he had a dilemma with an elephant. Put yourself in the reader's shoes, write so that your audience knows exactly what you're talking about. Don't have us guess your content!

- Expound on things please.

- Some of your sentences are run-on ones. Proofread your work and edit accordingly.

I left the remainder of the paragraph for you to edit yourself. Please write back if you need more help!

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Because he was a police officer he had to decide what do about the elephant and at last he shot it, but not because he wanted, it was just to show that white men are strong, he said “A white man mustn't be frightened in front of natives", this shows that before he takes an action he thinks of others and not what he really wants to do. He didn’t do what he thought that is right, because he decided to watch the elephant and if it wasn’t dangerous he won’t shoot it, but then he shot it and of course he did it because he thought of other things other than deciding to take the right decision of his own. Burmese are free because they don’t have rules and they showed their freedom in different ways as they always attacked British people and did whatever they want.
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Hi,

When I look at this last post, it seems to me the kind of thing a native speaker would write if he were trying to seem like an English learner.

Please tell me if I am right or wrong.Emotion: big smile

Best wishes, Clive
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