Essay on The Autobiography Of Malcolm X

1592 Words Mar 21st, 2015 7 Pages
We all know that in order to do great things in life we need to take big steps and make sacrifices. After reading the autobiography of Malcolm X its admirable that he became such an intellectual man even thought he didn 't finish school and had a difficult time pronouncing words. He was someone that went through many changes in his life to fight for equality and never give up on his dreams. His passion and his aspirations in life to fight against racial discrimination in America help him face all his academic struggles and to become a intellectual and knowledgeable men to carry on his dreams. This is should be a perfect example that can help many people to improve their communication skills and overcome their problems in learning a language.
Even thought Malcolm X education didn 't exceed eight grade and he couldn 't write English correctly, According to him, “trying to write simple English, I not only wasn 't articulate, I wasn 't even functional.” he acquire his knowledge by educating himself. While he was doing that he became increasingly frustrated because he was trying to read and he couldn 't understand some words in many books he was very interested reading. This problem that he faced it’s very common when people are learning how to write or speak a new language. Usually people get frustrated because they don’t understand words or because they can pronounce them correctly. In fact this had happen to me before when I came to this country and I knew how to write in…

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