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In recent discussions of identity and language diversity there has been a controversy on whether there is one correct way to speak a language or not Authors such as David Foster Wallace Gloria Anzaldua Amy Tan and Silvia Montrul present the different ways that language diversity can be a challenge However some people believe that in order to learn a new language they have to lose their identity hence they might refuse indirectly to learn a second language Still others though by considering that different dialects are used in different situations believe that the use of one dialect does not cause us to lose cultural identity but gives us not one but two identities All the Countries have a diversity of dialects in their language and because of this reason a person from the south can call a certain thing in a different way than a person from the north or the west even though they are in the same country Although there are many dialects used in every country it is important for people to be able to change between the different dialects and the Standard way of a language in order to succeed in the many areas of life In this paper In this paper I argue that being capable of switching between more than one dialect increases your opportunities in your academic as well as your social life without losing ones identity and native languageIn my own experience as an international student in college in the United States language diversity has been a challenge International students face a culture shock when coming to a whole different country with different language and culture and the language is one of the hardest parts of living in another country Standard Written English SWE also known as the preferred use of language is a language we as international students have to learn as a matter of convenience because it minimizes any misunderstanding and miscommunication when speaking
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