Sucess Essay

1358 words - 5 pages

Everyone should dream. "It starts with a dream. It starts with building castles in the air and then knowing the difference between a fantasy and a dream and finally making it come true"( Rudy Ruettiger ). I was always so proud of myself because I had opportunity to come here and and have a good education. When I was came here I did not know any English at all. When I was small my parent put me in gujarati medium school. It was really hard for me to learn and understand englisg as it is my second language. When I had to come to America I knew it I will have problem with language with understand and writing, but still I thought I will manage it since I did learn English as second language. But, unfortunately I was very wrong. My uncle who majored in English in India had problems speaking in English with the 'Americans', These 'Americans' always sounded too good to listen too. I always wondered after coming to America that why were the kids about same as my age so perfect at English even I did leaned speaking English in India, but after that I noticed that once you start staying here you will also get same pronoussience as them for English language. You will start speaking fluant English and slowly you ferget hard sound that we Indian have when we speak English.When I first started school in America I was shocked to find out that I could not even follow through a single whole sentence that someone told me after knowing little English as well. I would be lost in listening to the sounds of the speaker rather then concentrating on the words. I always had to ask the speaker either to repeat what he or she said or I just guessed what he or she was telling me from the circumstances, facial expression, and the lip movement and nod into agreement or denial.I did had some problems writing and reading English, it was just that I sounded too funny when I read aloud or spoke to someone in English. Sometimes the listener would ask me almost two to three times to repeat myself and it was too embarrassing for me. I felt aloofer and isolated from rest of the students in my class. I tried hard not to speak anything in the class. I only spoke when someone asked me a question that I had to answer. Also, I thought a thousand times before going up in front of the class for presenting myself. I was not scared of standing in front of the class; the only thing that I was scared of was English. I always feared that I would pronounce something wrong or would sound funny when I say something in front of the class and I could not take those embarrassing moment when other students thought that I should not have been in that class because I was different than them. Few of my first experiences with English let my feeling down of being proud of knowing English. I thought I would not make through knowing how to speak and read English well like others. And therefore I started suppressing myself. Since then I hated speaking in public. At home I was comfortable with using my mother...

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