The Importance Of Multicultural In The United States

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When we immigrated to another country we adopt a new culture, because we are learning new manners and new things. Being bicultural in the U.S had influenced in who l am, by giving me new opportunities, showing me a new culture, and by teaching me a new language. Being bicultural have affected how I relate to other people, because now lm more confident to talk to other people from other cultures, and countries. I feel relate to some of the situations that people have experienced in the articles that l read because, like some of the people in the article lm an immigrant, lm adopting a new culture, lm learning …show more content…
The two most important things that the U.S brings are opportunities of jobs, and education. I have been enjoying both for a time, and it has influenced a lot in who I am today. The opportunity of having a job that economically supports me, has made me a more responsible person because, it has taught me that l have to meet a schedule to keep my job. The opportunity of education has made me a bilingual person, and also is helping me to accomplish my goal of being a professional in the future. The article the professor is a dropout relates to my personal experience because, as me the U.S gave Guadalupe the opportunities of education, and job. That influenced in her life by giving her a better future for her, and her family. Guadalupe has worked on a National board, she was the representative of U.S, at the U.S Nations institute of Justice, and also the author of several books, etc. The article The Professor is a dropout says “But none of the honors she has received means more to her that the success of her own children. Today Mario is a physician, and Martha and Víctor are lawyers both having earned doctor of law degrees” (167). Thanks to the …show more content…
The U.S culture has taught me that it is a responsibility to be on time to an appointment, or to work, or school. Also to give tips when we go to a restaurant, and the English language, etc. Those things have influenced in who I am today because, they have made me mature. Also l have learned how to redoes the other people’s culture, like Indians, Cambodians, Muslims, etc. For example, Indians’ culture, in their country they eat their food with their hands, but many of them still doing that here in the U.S because, they won 't forget about their culture. People from other cultures find it weird, but someone from India explained in from of me that it is how they eat in their country, and because they are used to it, they keep doing it everywhere they go. I respect how they do different things because, that is the way that they are, and it does not make them disrespectful or bad people. Well, on the other hand I have learned that people from different cultures, speak with different accents. I am from Dominican Republic, and the way that l speak English sound different from Americans, Cambodians, Indians, etc. Example from the article Mother Tongue, “Yet some of my friends tell me they understand 5p percent of what my mom says. Some say they understand 80

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