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Change in American Language My brother and i are alike in that we both often have very strange dreams A couple of months back he dreamed that he was driving in Mexico with his best friend Jacob when he got pulled over by the Mexican police When asked if he was drunk he replied with Of course not sir I dislike drunk drivers I disapprove of drunk drivers I discringe drunk drivers Hearing this the police simply let him go As he was driving away however Jacob turned to him and said Dudediscringe After reciting this story to me the next morning he asked Amberis discringe a word When i told him that it wasnt he decided that from then on it would be and ever since has been using it as part of his everyday vocabulary After hearing him use this made-up word as if it were real for awhile I realized that he was right Discringe although not a real part of the English vocabulary ought to be a real word as should many other expressions used in everyday vernacular There simply arent enough words to express the many varying and complex emotions we have Because of the fact that it would add to the creativity of our language help students differentiate between proper and improper grammar styles and let us express ourselves in ways that before were very difficult to achieve the English language ought to be revised to accommodate the changing needs of our society From spanglish to ebonics the English language is constantly being manipulated into all sorts of different forms to best suit its purpose This is part of what makes the American culture so unique Our language comes from three basic sources what was brought over from the mother country England during settlement a mix of different languages and cultures all brought together into what is called the melting pot of American society and lastly
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