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Puzzling Days Essay

590 words - 2 pages

We all have hard and puzzling times in our life. The most difficult time I ever had in my life was my first day in the United States. It was a scary day as well as an exciting one. I came to U.S. about 6 years ago, before that I was living in India. When I got out of the flight in Houston and saw other people speaking totally different language than what I used to speak in India made me want to leave this place as soon as I can. But the opportunities and offerings that I saw in my future in America hold me from going back. I knew the life in America will be a lot of better than what I would have in India. That American Dream of mine still make me look forward to my mid-life here in U.S.Even though I was with my family, it was very difficult for us to find out information and direction about where we had to go. Language was the main problem for all of us. We didn=t knew how to speak proper English. The English we speak in India is British English and it was way different than the English that Americans use. So it was very hard for other people understand me and I felt the same way in understanding others. Our way of communication was broken that day because of poor understanding.When me and family went to a restaurant to eat something, all the foods in that restaurant was meat or it was someway related to meat products. Since our religion restrict me from eating meat or any underground root vegetable, it became very hard to stop our hunger. We couldn=t even eat french fries they are...

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