Ying Ying - names are hard to spell for native people in...

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Ying Ying, Xu(Moe) Summary They Changed Our Name at Ellis Island The immigrants wanted to change their names because they wanted to get jobs in the United States. In other words, they changed the names because their boss can not pronounce their original names. Secondly, some of them tried to become Americans, so they changed their style of clothes and adopted a more American name. Thirdly, their original
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Unformatted text preview: names are hard to spell for native people in America. There are many ways to change their names. Many immigrants changed their names just because they want to translate their own countys words to English. Finally, some people changed their names because of a whimsical reason. It is there are something happened in their lives. Name changes can have unforeseen consequences....
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This note was uploaded on 02/21/2011 for the course ESL 350 taught by Professor Mar during the Spring '11 term at Douglas College.

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