- What does he present himself as and why?
- What is the most important factor to show in greeting guests?
- What does the other man presents himself as?
- How does he remove Mr Easton embarrassment?
- How do you greet a guest?
- What is the purpose of welcoming the guest?
- What was the surprise ending of the story hearts and hands?
- What does it mean by the linked couple?
- How is the title Hearts and Hands appropriate?
What does he present himself as and why?
ANSWER: Easton presents himself as a marshal who was being headed for the Leavenworth prison. He even says that it was a seven year punishment for whoever committed counterfeiting.
What is the most important factor to show in greeting guests?
Warmly greeting guests with a smile, asking appropriate questions, and getting them on their way are all very important factors in how a visitor is treated.
What does the other man presents himself as?
The other man who himself is the Marshal comes to the rescue and gives an explanation that Mr Easton is the Marshal and is taking him to Leavenworth prison.
How does he remove Mr Easton embarrassment?
Fairchild sees Mr. Easton, her old friend,in handcuffs, Mr. Easton feels embarrassed.In order to remove Mr Easton’s embarrassment, he tells Miss Fairchild thet Mr. Easton is a marshal and they are headed for Leavenworth prison.
How do you greet a guest?
Some suggested Some suggestions include; Hello, welcome; Welcome, good morning; Hello, good afternoon, welcome. Introduce yourself by name making sure your communication is professional, yet personal. “Great to meet you, I’m Nikko”. If occupied with another guest, it is important to acknowledge arriving guests.
What is the purpose of welcoming the guest?
A welcome goes beyond words, it creates a feeling of caring and gives a sense of pleasure. A sincere welcome reaches out and positively pulls guests in to the hospitality environment they have chosen and makes guests feel like they have made a good choice.
What was the surprise ending of the story hearts and hands?
‘Hearts and Hands’ presents an ironical situation with a surprise ending. The irony at the end of the story makes the story interesting. The unexpected revelation about Mr Easton surprises the readers, when the two passengers in the train remark that Mr Easton is not a marshal, but a counterfeiter.
Answer: The linked couple had a kind hearted man who was the real Marshal and Mr. Easton who was the counterfeiter. The marshal helped Mr Easton to not feel embarrassed in front of Miss Fairchild.
How is the title Hearts and Hands appropriate?
The author has titled the story ‘Hearts and Hands’ because by having the marshal lie about his hand, he shows his heart for the convict and highlights the theme of compassion. The word ‘Hearts’ also indicates the kind of friendship that existed between Miss Fairchild and Mr Easton. So, we can say it is an apt title.