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Manners In Language Is there a certain way that we must talk Yes and no The way we talk could depend on a situation that we are in or where we are located at work or home We should enforce speaking English to everyone that doesnt already speak it Also because it is a type of manner we all should follow so there is no type of mis communication in our daily lives We already have many different ways we are supposed to do things Should we have more For example everyone in the United States is supposed to be aware of which fork is used for each course of the meal I dont know this is so because there are many people I know who dont have a clue there is even a separate fork for salad This may lower someones opinion of them but should it bother them if it does lower their opinions Hopefully not because there is not a law that tells anyone how we have talk or eat but it is just to help us out Having certain manners helps us fit in and understand everyone else a little better We need to speak a special language because its proper and politically correct Proper and politically correct meaning this language is appropriate for everyone to listen to So many people think speaking the same language will make people feel much more comfortable If everyone spoke English the language of the United States will we all understand each other No not exactly because there are so many different types of languages in our country today The correct language that should be used is English In Mirta Ojitos article Language Etiquette Say What she explains The etiquette issue brings up some of Americans most deeply rooted anxieties about language The chief one that someone is saying something about them in
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