Living with Broken English

Answers to Amber

As of June 6, 2017. It officially marks my 10th year living in Louisville, Kentucky; I was only 12 years old when I moved to America with my mother. There had been a lot of struggles we had to face within these ten years but without a doubt, language was the hardest struggle out of it all…

It’s hard to explain my very first year in the states now after how much I have accomplished over the years. But do you know that feeling of wanting to be part of a group, yet you just can’t seem to be accepted since nobody in the group has enough patience to translate for you…

Since I was young, I learn and catch up faster onto English than my mother, who only stayed home with her English book along with once a week English class. With that being said, there are some…

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