Concomitant with Disgraced 18 alternate and, to some extent, with second language learning are problems of social identity. Through one's language one is identified and identifies oneself with a particular social humiliated teens group. The acquisition of an alternate language, because of the proximity of the people who speak the language, offers an alternative to one's native group. The possibility of switching allegiance or of being believed to have switched allegiance is a real one. The mixture of disgraced18 values that a learner often acquires makes it impossible for him to feel a member of either group. In the process he may come to a somewhat painful point at which his original roots are no longer strong, but at which he does not wish to cut them completely in favour of a new allegiance to the values of the target language culture. Once he is through this stage, the learner may benefit from the personal enrichment created by his ability to participate in two cultures.
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