How has language shaped who you are?
They say language is the road map of a culture. It can tell us where people come from and where they’re going.
It’s identity and culture, history and family. It can be an accent. A homeland. A window to a whole new world.
Language also can be a loaded subject, a high-stakes game of use it or lose it.
How has language shaped who you are? How has it affected the way you see the world and how the world sees you? We would love to hear your story. Fill out the survey below and we’ll share your responses.
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