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We all know that how it hard to live in new environment We will face a lot of obstacles the most important of these is the language barrier Amy Tan and Chang-ree Lee are foreigner who wrote about migrants suffering to adapt in a new environment They know exactly how it difficult to adapt with people judge you based on your language and they wrote about their experiences in dealing with language obstacle Tan and Lee wrote their personal experiences about their lives and feelings as a second language speaker Both of them used their mothers stories to describe the suffering of immigrants They lived in an immigrant family and their mothers use them as translators at young age Their mothers also had hard time to communicate with native and they got a lot of problems which were caused by misunderstanding Tan and Lee would say that to people who do not speak English well even if you have Broken-language or Limited-languageTan 83 1990 your opinion is so important In Tans article she started describe the different language that she used in her life and the difficult that she had when she was in school because of her language Then she talked about her mothers English Her mother didnt work hard she thought that her English was perfect but in fact it was hard to understand I was ashamed of her language Tan 801990 She described her feeling about her mothers English She also used phrases like Broken-English to describe her mothers English but that was bothering her as she said Her mother-Daisy- faced a lot of problems that Tan mentioned in her article One of them her mother had issue with her bank account but the bank manager ignored her because she couldnt speak English her well Tan helped her mother to solve her problem but she couldnt express herself in English The point that Tan focused on in her article is
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