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People will face a lot of difficulty when they learn a language that is not his first language One of the big obstacles is that there is a culture gap that makes the language is even more difficult to learn The essays Hunger of memory and Mother Tongue contain good and bad examples on how to learn a new language In the process of learning English I admire the article Mother Tongue rather then the article Hunger of Memory because it gives me a new insight and it teaches me a good attitude The essay of Hunger of Memory discuss about a family who live in America and whose native language is not English This family always speaks Spanish as the primary language at their home Then as they found one of the family members Richard could not perform communication well in his school all family members in this family switch their primary language to English This method does help to develop the courage within Richard to speak English However There is a consequence that this family has to bare The consequence is to lose the harmony in the family relationship Similar with hunger of memory the essay Mother Tongue also discusses bilingual problem that faced by American Chinese family Born in America Amy automatically able to speak English She has no problem at all with the language because she grew up in the family whose the primary language is English As an Asian American however her problem is not with her ability to speak English but with her family member her mother who still embrace the culture from which she came First of all the reason why I admire the essay the Mother Tongue is because this essay gives a reader a new insight on how we should respect people In this essay I learn that the knowledge within a person cant be justified on how well he can communicate A person doesnt
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