Sometimes I still feel like an alien on some awful planet but I know that I am not alone. I am a Dominican American, born in the USA from an immigrant parent.
Though this list probably won’t make you bilingual and you won’t walk away from it with enough linguistic knowledge to carry on a conversation in a non-English speaking country, it will satisfy you with interesting and potentially useless information.
When you end up having to use math in real life, you curse that teacher you had who said, “You’ll need this eventually.”
When you rearrange the letters in “elections results”: Lies, let’s recount!
This is a definitive list of the best jokes humanity has ever made about CAPITAL letters.
As an Islamic New Yorker the stigma attached to Islam is not only barbaric, but also extremely ignorant.
Always I have felt a step behind. Not in a rushed way, as though I were trying to catch up, but intrinsically behind. Let me explain.
Studying in a foreign language can be very demanding due to cultural and academic differences.
In order to survive and remain competitive in this market, intercultural communication is key for the success of ambitious leaders. As new international markets are emerging, staying in touch with their national languages can make a huge impact when seeking future business relations.
When my parents moved here after the civil war back home, they settled in an area packed with other immigrants from the Philippines, Mexico, Thailand, Iraq, and other East African countries. I never felt like I was an oddity until we moved to a suburb where immigrants like us were far and few in between.