Richard Ho

Edward Burns

“When I was was really little, my grandma speaks exclusively Italian, would speak to me frequently. She was the one who took care of me. I learned it by having it spoken around me. It helps having my grandma around, she lives with us so whenever I go home, I speak a lot of Italian. As far as Spanish, it’s nice having a class (Spanish 3H) every other day where I consistently speak it. While it’s difficult to speak both languages correctly, as there is a lot overlap, it is not difficult to keep speaking it because it is consistently there. It’s just an opportunity a lot of people don’t get to have. Speaking multiple languages really opens up your world and opportunities that you can have in the future. I hope to do volunteer work in Latin and South America and I am going to continue traveling to Italy in the future.”

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