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    Are We Losing Our Mother Tongue

    It is, and it’s getting worse. In an increasingly urbanised India, mother-tongues are under siege and dealing with a sustained attack from the three Ms of migration, market and blended marriages. The mom tongue is the true vehicle of the mother wit. Another medium of speech could deliver with it a present of new ideas. […] More

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    Analysis of “Mother Tongue” by Amy Tan

    Mother Tongue is about the author’s struggles along with her linguistic id, her moms “fractured” or “broken” variation of English and the connection along with her mother. At the start of the piece we’re informed in regards to the different types of English she would communicate together with her mom and with everybody else; we […] More

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    Analysis “Mother Tongue” by Amy Tan

    Amy Tan’s “Mother Tongue” is an inspiring article about the results of the English language on Amy Tan daily life. As a baby, Tan acknowledged that her mom had a horrible time with English, frequently having to talk for her so she could be taken significantly. how that affected her childhood and the means it […] More

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    Amy Tan On English Language in Mother’s Tongue

    Amy makes use of emotional appeals throughout her essay as she does in her first couple paragraphs. Amy says “I am a writer” to show that she merely loves to write down down her mind and that is it. Tan’s argument is just referring to the considerably embarrassment she has when people notice her mother’s […] More

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    “Mother Tongue” by Amy Tan

    Amy Tan begins by announcing, “I am not a scholar of English…I cannot give you much more than personal opinions on the English language and its variations in this country and others.” How does this opening set up your expectations for the rest of the essay? Why do you think she chose to begin by […] More

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    “Mother’s Tongue” by Amy Tan

    1. Amy uses emotional appeals throughout her essay as she does in her first couple paragraphs. Amy says “I am a writer” to show that she simply loves to write down her mind and that is it. 2. Tan’s argument is simply referring to the somewhat embarrassment she has when people notice her mother’s broken […] More

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    Mother Tongue

    The Wonders of an Accent As a southern girl growing up in rural Wakulla County, I have experienced prejudice based on my southern dialect and language style. Dialects and word use play a powerful role in linking specific populations together with a common bond. As powerful as this connection is to bring people together of […] More

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    Aria and Mother Tongue

    In the story “Aria” by Richard Rodriguez and “Mother Tongue” by Amy Tan both authors write about their experiences and struggles as a bilingual child. In “Aria” and “Mother Tongue” they describe their private language as an expression of intimacy with their loved ones. Growing up at one point they felt embarrassed and ashamed of […] More

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    Mother- Tongue based Multilingual Education

    Transfer to the other languages once Filipino or English has been acquired to use these skills in thinking and articulating thought and Be used in the process of acquiring English and Filipino more effectively Social Development Maintains local language and culture while providing national/ international language acquisition and instruction Promotes learners’ integration into the national […] More

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    Mother Tongue

    Today we live in a society that is often called a “salad bowl”. It is called a “salad bowl” because it consists of various different people from various different backgrounds. We all live together in a society, but we still retain our own distinct flavors which helps to contribute to the richness and diversity of […] More