“I am Very Happy to Live Here”

February 28, 2018 at 8:45 AM | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

What does it mean to LCNV learners to be an American? For LCNV learner Sharmin, independence, freedom, and equal rights define the American experience. Sharmin emigrated to the United States from Bangladesh, and found all of these values and more in her new home. The many things Sharmin has learned to love in America all play an important role in LCNV’s curriculum, which incorporates American culture and civics with English language instruction for the very beginning-level adult learners.

“My name is Sharmin. I am from Bangladesh. I came to United States 2 years ago. I think America is a very beautiful country. When I came here, I did not know many of the things about the USA. But now I know many things about USA. The traffic of the country is very good. I like it.

The country has many historical places. I like the beaches. I like the countries with all the mules. I think America is a very developed country because of these disciplines. The people of this country maintain their disciplines very strictly.

I think America has taught the people how to become independent. In this country, people have their own freedom. I like the symbol of independence, “Statue of Liberty”. In America, all of the people have equal rights, and I like it very much.

In conclusion, I love my country. But I like America too. I am very happy to live here. One of the main reason I like this country very much because I found my life partner after coming here. We live together happily at last. America is the land of the freedom and love the justice system.”

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