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    The Church of Please and Thank You “One of the big moments in the spread of English took place in India in 1835. [British politician] Thomas Babington Macaulay proposed that English be used to create a class of Indian middlemen who would be sympathetic to British interests, without the necessity of large numbers of British citizens coming out and running the show” (Traves 102). As you can see, English has impacted different cultures over the years. As English continues to grow over time, English has become a way to communicate with foreigners to gain business. However, it can be a way to have less cultural differences. In the article, ‘The Church of Please and Thank You’ by Julie Traves, it talks about how EFL (English as a foreign language)…

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    The Church of Please and Thank You “One of the big moments in the spread of English took place in India in 1835. [British politician] Thomas Babington Macaulay proposed that English be used to create a class of Indian middlemen who would be sympathetic to British interests, without the necessity of large numbers of British citizens coming out and running the show” (Traves 102). As you can see, English has impacted different cultures over the years. As English continues to grow over time,…

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    discussed carefully before giving an opinion. Some people argue that celebrating their special events is very crucial for several reasons. Firstly , happy moments have to be memorized to give us hope in hard days. For example, birthday parties can motivate children and younger ones to do better and to feel determined . Secondly ,Some moments are really precious as it happens once in lifetime .For instance , Wedding parties .lets imagine a couple after 20 years of marriage and they`re…

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    Foreign You can’t call yourself truly fluent in English, just because you can speak one-line English here and there. You are truly fluent in English only when you can speak English continuously. (Nair, 2005) At length, by giving supporting details, reasons, justifications, and illustrative examples of situations and events easily, clearly, confidently, without unwanted hesitations and by effectively managing all naturally occurring hesitations. This was proved in the book of Professor Kev…

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    Living in the United States you quickly realize that everyone speaks, writes and reads English. Other languages exist but clearly English is the main language in the United States by a good margin. Despite English clearly being the dominant language, United States has never picked an officially national language which is a questionable decision. It is the year 2016, were we established in 1776 and we still do not have a national language which is the reason for this writing which will touch on…

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    Eulogy For Grandmother

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    me to learn more and since my 10th grade English teacher tried to make me give up on reading and writing by constantly bringing me down. I imagine my primary audience being my grandmother. Reason being is because my grandmother has always supported me in everything and anything I want to do. The reason I believe she would care about the content of my essay is because she raised me and has seen me struggle in the past because of reading and writing. Even though she wouldn’t understand what I’m…

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    provided her the English skills she needed. Unfortunately, today Hannah cannot read, write nor speak fluent Swahili. The Bilingual program is a program designed for immigrant students who are learning English. There are two main types of bilingual programs; Bilingual Education and English Immersion. Bilingual Education is where students are taught both in their native language and English. English immersion is a monolingual communicative approach, where only English is used in a classroom. The…

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    internationally. English is today the biggest global language with more non-native speakers than native speakers. Because of all these different countries speaking English there are many varieties, such as British, Australian, South African, American. The English Language is constantly changing. Around the 1600 century the English language as we know it today was created. Before that the Anglo-Saxon, Old Norse, French and Latin contributed to shape the English language. In the medieval times…

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    Learning A Second Language

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    and adults. Learning English as a child is different from learning it as an adult. Both ages have different reasons to learn and different ways therefore, teachers should have different approaches to teach them in order for them to learn and acquire the English as a second language. From their earliest age, children are capable of acquiring a first or a native language (L1) and a second language. Although they do not have any basics for the languages, they are able to communicate. Before…

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    problematic for me to grasp the American language (English). While the rest of the children could slightly read, write, and understand English, I on the contradictory could not. My mother knew limited English, and her motivation for her daughter to learn the language inspired her to learn it herself. The principal motive of her interest in learning English was so that she would have the ability to teach/tutor me. This is why the event of my mother educating herself for the benefit of helping me…

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