One Nation, One Language
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Written in the first person, this paper argues the benefits of one language for everyone. It draws on the writer's personal experience having arrived in the U.S. as a young immigrant from Italy and describes the difficulties the writer had in adjusting and how this could have been avoided if language had not been a barrier.
From the Paper:"As I contrasted the two very different societies of Italy and the United States of America, I noticed one aspect: Italians and Americans are trying to communicate with each other. Unfortunately there’s no success. I have the perfect solution to this problem. All the people on the Earth should come up with one spoken language so we can communicate together. The idea may sound preposterous to some but, to me, it makes perfect sense. I intend to steer you on my side with great reasoning."
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One Nation, One Language (2003, February 07) Retrieved January 18, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/argumentative-essay/one-nation-one-language-6866/
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