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Category: The Mother Tongue

In the tale “Aria” by Richard Rodriguez and “Native Tongue” by Amy Tan both writers cover their experiences as well as struggles as a multilingual kid. In “Aria” as well as “Native tongue” they describe their exclusive language as an expression of affection with their loved ones. Growing up at one point they felt ashamed […]
The essay is primarily about the writer’s own rumination and judgment concerning how “damaged English” contrasted to Criterion English. Furthermore it pertained to her sense that language not only “accredits” individuals to take part as participants of a designated neighborhood, it is also a necessary key in allowing individuals to establish and specify the dimensions […]
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