Studying abroad is a dream for many people especially, who live in a country that has lacks education. It is possible that a dream realized for those who they want. However, it has many consequences, causing lack of livelihood to adapt to the different languages and cultures. Eva Hoffman, author of “Lost in Translation” wrote about her experience when she moved from Poland to Canada as a teenager. She felt as a “felt persona” when she merged with Canadians with different culture and language. Also, she felt as a woman who has two different figures, causing a lack of acclimatization. My own experience is similar Hoffman’s experience but, the most different thing that made me a little comfortable is trying to convince myself that I came to achieve my goal and I will go back to live in my community who are the same culture and language. When I came to the United States, I felt as Eva Hoffman’s feeling. I felt that there are two characters living in one character. In this article, it will touch my theory to explain the concept to Eva Hoffman’s theory when she thought that there is a “false persona” is living in her personality. Also, how it is possible to develop that character in a different place entirely in terms of language and culture.
Immersive joy of hugging the students when they are accepted into an educational missions to complete their studies in a foreign country, as we can see them, they are getting ready to travel and live in an environment different from the environment in which they lived. However, the collision starts when the challenges and problems face them in the host country even less joy of some or fade! Some of them suffer many of the problems that might hinder their studies. It is often the problem...
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...quickly, I said to myself that “you have to go to the activities with TLC”. I went with them to improve my English with people who are learning as me. One day, there was an activity which is champion with TLC brunches. I said to the captain of our team that “I want to play soccer to win in champion” I played with them and they asked me to be the main in the team because I’m good to on attack. I found myself a good player in soccer that made me comfortable because I found something that can spend my time for benefits.
In conclusion, reliance and self-confidence challenge usually generate the power, insistence and determination to make the impossible becomes possible. Asking people who they are interested them is a good way to avoid difficult situations that might faced. Each of these methods make them strong and give them the determination to achieve their goals.
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