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The author being bilingual had less expertise in English language and had to face difficulty in the public where English was the only communicative medium. The author conveys that being bilingual is definitely not an easy experience when one is less expert in one of the bilingual languages (Thesis).
The author in his article is letting the readers know that his siblings spoke Spanish at home and learned English at school. The author here takes initiative to explain the dilemma of Mexican migrants in an America where all spoke English. Author also explains about the new “bilingual program” which was launched by Government that allowed children to use their family language in school. But he is critical about this provision as he believes it impossible for a child to use any language apart from English in American school environment. In his article (Rodriguez 26) writes that “It is not possible for a child, any child ever to use, ever to use his family language in school”.
Author is explaining about the uneasiness his family felt in American land, but can he not treat it as one of the sacrifice he need to undergo in order to get a quality life in America. Even though being bilingual is a complex phenomenon, after a considerable time, he would have become expert in English which would helped his future tremendously .It is a known fact that there is no gain without pain and this bilingual problem could have taken more lightly by the author. The author explains that in school he was only allowed to Speak English. As author’s family had acquaintance with their relatives he enjoyed the Spanish language only at the comfort of home. He referred to Americans as “los gringos” which depicts the alienation he felt within the American society.
Author narrates to the readers that he was dull in English language and had no confidence of speaking this foreign language. According to (Rodriguez 27) “My own sound I was unable to hear, but I knew that I spoke English
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