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There are many different communities in our world today that carry diverse opinions, styles, and beliefs. There are some communities which differ in lifestyles and the way they interact with different people. For example, one may talk in a more nonchalant tone with their friend, but may talk more formally with their professor. People change their speaking habits as they change the situations they are put in. I belong in a variety of communities each differing in many different ways. There are two main communities to which I belong to that have several differences when it comes to communication. First, there is the Indian community in which I can express my Indian culture, talk in my language, and discuss my religion. Then, there is the Non-Indian community where I can’t discuss those things, but can talk about events going on in only the United States and other American things. Both communities are easy to talk to, just about different things. In my Indian community I can talk about pretty much anything Indian-related. I can discuss Hindi
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