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ENGL_15_Paper_2 - Williams Domonique Williams English 15...

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Williams Domonique Williams English 15 Woolfitt When we think of music, we think of the language we speak. What are you listening to?! That’s not even in English! Listen to some real music! Those are the common responses I receive when I tell people what artists I enjoy listening to. I listen to international music besides English rap, rock, R&B, pop, and so forth. I listen to German, Japanese, and Korean artists who express their art but in different languages. The list will continue to grow as I become more exposed to new artists from different nationalities. I will name three international artists that may or may not be familiar to you: Rammstein, BoA, and Mika Nakashima. Yes, they do have some of their songs which contains some to little English within them, but that’s not the point here. International music, especially when it consists of a language other than English, reflects three very important themes to its fans. They can be used for education, their popularity among English speaking fans, and personal interests of the listeners. When learning another language, it is ideal to not
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