They see them as cliquish people unwilling to assimilate”.
(1) Because of all these issues, I want to emphasize that it is better if people know how to speak English even though they were born in different countries.
It has a specific relationship to the world, which one cannot ignore.
Information about our culture is mainly passed down from generation to generation through the word of mouth and written stories.
Some of us had ancestors who could barely speak English their whole lives.
Many of these “old” immigrants — the ones from Europe that the English-only people seem to consider the “good” immigrants — lived in neighborhoods with other people from their homelands.
Being born from different country is hard especially when your family decided to move to the US which most people are speaking English.
People feel like they are entering a new world, a new life for them, and different faces of people when they moved to the US.
In order for all the generations to understand and learn the history of the United States, everything must be written or spoken in one universal language.
If the entire nation speaks a different language, the culture will not be preserved.