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    Should the conflicting rights of non-English speaking people be taken away because of an English-only law? I think non-English speaking people have the right to speak their homeland language in public events and as part of their social lives. In America no one should be allowed to be a form of prisoner because of their native language. There should be laws or ordinances to prohibit persons from confronting—either verbally or physically- non-English speaking persons for speaking their native language

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    Should People Learn Chinese or English?

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    is necessary for people to develop mastery of language(Pinon and Jon 5). Currently, many languages satisfied in interaction among people in the world. Such languages are important aspects in areas such as research, entertainment, business, and industry.In order to gain benefits in these areas, people must understand specific languages that can be applied and popular around the world(Pinon and Jon 5). This research is to analyse and survey about preference between Chinese and English language. Based

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    States, most people are monolingual English speakers. As a result, these monolingual speakers are at a significant disadvantage compared to those who speak more than one language fluently. This disadvantage is crucial to realize since it is important to learn how individuals and the nation can be enhanced. Multilingual speakers have an advantage in global affairs that involve countries that speak different languages. Speaking multiple languages makes it easier to communicate with people when involved

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    to follow. With literary freedom, we are able to express ourselves more than if we have to follow a specific set of rules for every thing we write. This is one downfall for high school English. We have to order our papers in a specific sequence while writing about a topic that is chosen for us. This English composition class changed all of that. We were able to write about anything that related to the given type of essay, which greatly improved our ability to fully immerse ourselves into every

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    and nations. But on the evidence of English literature, this is not always so. Furthermore, it is not uncommon to find feelings like uneasiness and fear, ignorance and superiority toward foreign countries in English books. Good examp... ... middle of paper ... ... to impose English ways and views onto other nations. A good example of this is Mr. Waddington in Maugham's Painted Veil. In the two books discussed above, and probably in much other English literature as well, we can still see

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    the main consequence is social inequality among the white- and black population in London. Some of the white natives who live in the city flee from the country, because they think that the growing black population is an environmental impact. Many people among the wealthy white population move to the countryside, to get away from stress and noise, overpopulation and criminality, but also to imitate the old aristocratic ideal: an isolate life in romantic sublimity in the m...

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    India’s need for home rule. Heavily disheartened with recent efforts towards securing Indian rights from the overbearing English, Gandhi wrote with hyperbole and flourish, denouncing Western government and civilization whilst glorifying Indian history, culture and above all, India’s capacity for swaraj. This elusive term is the core of Gandhi’s argument against embracing the English life of ‘civilized’ convenience and luxury, and marks a note worthy distinction between Gandhi’s version of Indian society

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    the reactions of the colonized people. Jamaica Kincade is quoted as saying "The English loved England so much they built it everywhere they went."  Kincaid writes about the feelings of the colonized society in A Small Place. While she expresses the feeling of the colonized, contrarily, she explains the ideas of the English colonizer. In this excerpt, she is describing Antigua, the place she grew up, and how the British changed it. She begins by explaining the English love England so much, whenever

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    The Catholic Religion Evolving Alongside English Literature Works of literature allow readers to experience things they would never be able to in real life. It also allows them to learn things about people and places they never met or visited. This is true of the works Beowulf, and Sir Gawain And The Green Knight. These two pieces of literature allow readers to experience and learn about the English culture and their experiences with religion during the separate time periods in which they were written

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    As the English were just coming into Tsenacomoco located on the eastern side of Virginia at Chesapeake Bay, the Virginia Algonquian speaking Indians known as the Powhatan attacked from within the woods using bow and arrows. From this, the English settlers returned fire with their muskets. The Powhatan Indians retreated back to their village known as Wereocomoco, and alarmed their chief, Wahunsunacock more commonly known as Chief Powhatan. The English settlers followed the Powhatan Indians back

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