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    1) What challenges and opportunities do non-English speakers face in the United States? In schools? In the workplace or workforce? In other everyday environments?

    2) What do you think are the biggest concerns some people have about illegal immigration in the United States? Is it the effect on the U.S. economy, on the population, on public education, on the workforce, or on something else?

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    1. Non-English speakers face a myriad of challenges in the US. First, they do not know the language at all or do not know it well. In addition, even when they do learn the language they usually have a distinct accent, which lets everyone around them know that they are from another place. In school, this could mean that they are bullied or left out of group activities. They thus become reclusive and some may turn to crime by joining up with a gang so they can feel like they belong. These gangs may also be affiliated with their home culture and may speak their ...

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    1) What challenges and opportunities do non-English speakers face in the United States? In schools? In the workplace or workforce? In other everyday environments?

    2) What do you think are the biggest concerns some people have about illegal immigration in the United States? Is it the effect on the U.S. economy, on the population, on public education, on the workforce, or on something else?

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