Learning English in the United States Essay

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When you come to the United States, you don’t think about the experience that you will face in here. The most important thing people don’t think about is the language, totally different from yours, like Spanish, how you are going to use it, when, at what specifically moment, how long is going take you to learn it, spoke the language, to write in English, what about people who go to school. The English is one of the most difficult things in the United State when you come to this country, because with the language you work, study and get prepare for a better future in here. I agree with this because, one of them is me. I have faced three experienced with the language here on this country, and them three in the school that I have attempt to. …show more content…
By that specific day I start thinking how important is to learn English before you come to this country.

Generally, when you finish on middle school they transfer you to any other high school that is close to you. That school was Woodrow Wilson H.S. I was on bilingual, but there I found another experience that I never though was happening to me again. That year wasn’t that bad because I learned English a little bit, and I was in bilingual, but not because you on bilingual you don’t need to speak English, you always need it. This time was on my art class, the teacher didn’t speak Spanish and I was by my self there, no one to speak with, no one to ask nothing, and no one to help me. Everyday the teacher method was introduce what we were about to do and how to do it; I always was the only one loss, with pre-class, class works, and homework’s. A really bad day he was saying that we were about to do a project and it was do at the end of the class, I didn’t understand and what I did was start looking at someone’s works and do my best possible. But what happen was that the teacher saw me and tell me to don’t look at someone projects and if I need help to ask him, I

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