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Experiencing those days where people would laugh at me because of my broken English I would have to say were my toughest days My grammar and pronunciation of every word I say made sense in a way but it was kind of hard to understand because of my Filipino accent Tagalog is my main language and Im still fluent at it until now I speak English very well now because Ive pushed myself to do a lot of things that can help me better my English Staying after school for English tutoring reading books and watching TV has enhanced my fluency in English in many ways It was very challenging because as I start to learn the English language I also try to learn new words in Tagalog because I only learned the basics of it I was born and was raised in Manila Philippines I moved here in the United States with my sisters and my mom when I was about seven years of ageMy dad was already living here in the US since the day I was born but he would always visit us once a year in the Philippines Living here was all new to us because everything was so different compared to back home This place is so quiet diverse and the season changes every three months Learning about a different culture aside from mine was very interesting to me However the challenging part was starting to learn how to speak read and write using the English Language My first year attending school here in the US was when I was in third grade The only words I knew were a simple hello and goodbye It was hard tocommunicate with my teachers and classmates because I didnt know a word in English Going to class each and everyday has helped me learn new words that I can start working with After a couple of weeks I started
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