People who support bilingualism want the government to continue having this kind policies. They think that bilingualism helps immigrants to assimilate into the American culture and moreover, it will unify everyone who are on this land. Although bilingualism provides some kind of benefits toward immigrants, they cannot solve the problems in the deep root. Bilingualism should not be continued in the U.S. Why? It reduces the immigrants’ incentive to learn English, threatens national unity, and costs so much.
Undocumented Immigrants Help Not Harm U.S The issue of undocumented immigrants has been a huge debate in the 2016 Presidential Debate. The increase in undocumented immigrants to the US has Americans scared that the increase is more like an invasion, but there are so many other reasons on why it is better to keep our undocumented immigrant population than deport them. The fact they better our economy, by taking low end jobs, or increasing our GDP per capita by 4% is a great place to start(). Most Americans say that deporting the undocumented immigrants is in America’s best interest, but in reality, the undocumented immigrants help America and even Americans themselves. A large argument for why the illegal immigrants should be deported is the fact that they don’t have to pay taxes, and that they get benefits from the government.
The conclusions that can be drawn based on the two articles are similar as well. Both articles seem to conclude that language shouldn’t be a barrier for those who do not have a complete grasp of it. Baca wishes that those who are illiterate would try to learn to write because writing can help unleash emotions, while Tan wants people to understand that her mother is not disabled, but rather enriched with her knowledge of English. Both arguments that are presented are convincing. These arguments can appeal to a wide range of people and motivate the general public to be more understanding.
It’s as if she 's taking a stand against everybody that told her that she really isn 't an authentic Hispanic like them because she stands out due to her different background. The word “existing” hints that she will no longer participate in disliking herself because of other people 's opinions. It was evident that she planned to live for herself by loving who she is in spite of past incidents. One of the themes in the passage is embracing who you despite the fact that you may not be like the rest of the people around you. Self-acceptance triumphs other people 's approval.
Few Americans realize the extent of their privileges. It is unacceptable for any American citizen to complain and find faults in America instead of appreciating the rights they are afforded. The government has the capacity and the means to take care of every citizen ranging from prisoners to widows. Complaining about certain disparities is just not fair. Citizenship in America is important because no matter where you come from, you will be accepted.
Dear friend I ask that you take my words seriously and think better of that young woman. Thought she did not follow our rules of etiquette, she was not a girl that lacked innocence or respectability. We may never understand the flirtations of these American women, but it is a world that quickly becoming a part of ours as we intermingle. Perhaps it will do us good to remember her for the kindness she had for people and curiosity she had for our culture rather than her apparent unruliness. I hope to see you in the near future as I travel to Rome.
She is a woman of a strong-willed character who puts herself above her society’s expectations of her. If Elizabeth’s parents had known of her initial refusal of Darcy their disbelief would have probably outweighed her reasons for rejecting him. Even Mr. Bennet, though a staunch supporter of Elizabeth, may not have felt that she had acted prudently considering the family’s situation. This was before her sister Jane was engaged to the wealthy Mr. Bingley, and concern over the future entailment of the estate to Mr. Collins was still great. She didn’t even consider Darcy until her began exhibiting signs that he respected her, such as his ... ... middle of paper ... ...rement for well-rounded development, and as it has become more common, its importance has been taken for granted.
President Obama recently declared, “What makes someone American isn’t just blood or birth but allegiance to our founding principles and faith in the idea that anyone- from anywhere- can write the next chapter of our story” ( Immigration Reform Quotes). In the United States of America, immigration has been a thorny issue due to the fact that some Americans do not want immigrants living in the United States illegally. Undocumented workers come to the United States for a better life for their children as well as a better life for themselves. They come here only because they want to provide their own families with better opportunities, something the may have not been able to have. What many Americans do not understand is that immigration policies
This is shown when she says "You will not be fit to be seen when you get there" when Elizabeth suggests going by foot to see Jane. She wants her daughters to marry well which will make their family look better. She is also happy about Lydia and Wickham's marriage, even though they did wrong by eloping together, and everyone knew they weren't really in love. Her attitude towards her ... ... middle of paper ... ...kham?s debts, lots of people worry about it and Mrs Bennet complains about her ?nerves?. It makes people think badly of the family and shames them.
America has warmly embraced immigrants and their aspirations over the centuries, but unfortunately today Americans do not graciously except all the foreigners that travel to the Untied States in search of the american dream. Instead America labels the individual’s race and categorizes them into a racial class, which only adds to the difficult trials for immigrants and have the potential to hinder dreams. Today America’s ego has grown and attempts to forcefully assimilate these immigrants rather than slowly let them acculturate. Although the Untied States is a country built on immigrants Americans often categorize and label foreigners, forcing them to assimilate into american culture. As citizens who co-exist in one country it is imperative, to drop these labels and allow immigrants the freedom to blend their own culture and self-image into their new american environment by adapting the ideas of multiculturalism and acculturation.