I struggled so much that year. I felt like I was back in Kindergarten learning the alphabet, but at least in kindergarten the other kids knew just as much as I did. I was lost and too scared to ask for help. It was embarrassing to be the only one in the class that didn 't know how to spell words like, “aunt, nephew, know…”. I felt myself falling behind.
As the year continued my grades were getting lower and lower. I felt so angry that I was being forced to take this english class.I knew I would be doing so much better if I was in a bilingual class. One day...
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