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This is my ComparisonContrast Essay The topic that I choose is Two Ways to belong in America My personal experiences with different culture and Bharatis relationship with her sister are very similar to my own however I have different experiences in the marriage and feelings of belonging Bharati and I have one obvious similarity which is coming from a different culture outside United States She was born and grew up in India She came to the US after she graduated from university of Calcutta I was born and grew up in Egypt and came to the US after I graduated from University of Alexandria In India the maim language is English because there are so many languages and the main custom in clothe is Sarie In Egypt the main language is Arabic and the second language is English The clothes are very much like here on the US except in the holidays most people like to wear the traditional clothes Bharatis observation on the relationship between sisters is similar to my own experiences She states Mira and I have stayed sisterly close by phone In our regular Sunday morning conversations we are unguardedly affectionate 341 This is one of my main weaknesses I have my sister who lives in Egypt and I always call her every two weeks We talk about everything and anything I like to know what is going on with her life and she likes to know what is going on with my life too Although my experience in the way I got married is similar to Bharati which is marrying the American way my personal experience with marriage is different from the authors She stayed happily married maybe because she married a person who is on the same level of education as her She said I married a fellow student an American of Canadian parentage 341 For me I was
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