- Learning a new language is a difficult task and its a slow and tedious process. The researchers suggested it might take at least five to seven years even more for students to grasp a new language and using it to complete their academic works.
- Tadeu Velloso mentions that he was half American and half Brazilian. During his school days, the people didn’t treat him equally and thought that there must be a gap between the Latino and European.
- There does exist a different treatment between local citizens and immigration, they face several barriers when they first come here, and to push themselves to adapt all those new things as quick as possible. The process is suffering and dull, and it takes a period of time to accomplish this goal.
August 29, 2018
In class writing:
Refugees refer to people who are forced to leave their homes for many reasons, including conflict and violence. (refugeecouncil.com) The refugees in the U.S. are mainly from Syria, Afghanistan, South Sudan, Myanmar, and Somalia. (americamagazine.com) Muslim refugees are said to decline by 85% due to President Trump signing the traveling ban which suspended all refugee admissions for 120 days. (economist.com) Some of the challenges they face are securing work, securing housing, accessing services, transportation, cultural barriers, and difficulties speaking and learning English. (globalcitizens.org)
Nichele, Faye & Ayush
Hi! I am Ayush Agarwal. I am from India. I am a freshman and it is my first time in San Francisco. I live on campus in Gillson. My major is Business Management and I plan on minoring in International Business. I am a part of USF dons band where I play the piano. I recently joined the swimming club. I love playing basketball. I am super excited by being a part of USF and look forward to exploring the city.
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