Since I was a child I have been speaking four languages, my parents wanted me to learn about the different cultures. The most intriguing thing that grasped my attention the most was the different languages that people spoke throughout the country. However, at first, I didn't want to learn any languages rather than Chinese. Furthermore, my Chinese wasn't fully learned from my family or school. A lot of my Chinese learning came from the TV.
When I first time came to America my knowledge of languages was not as much as right now. I enjoyed embracing many foreign subjects hastily. I committed myself into attempting to learn the other languages to help prepare myself in the future when confronting such encounters. I spent my first two years in America studying Japanese. After that I started to learn Korean, and I spent another three months on Korea. Someone probably asks how come I just spent three months on a language? Like I mentioned in the beginning part of my statement my parents wanted me to learn about different cultures. My parents were trying to let me become an interpreter. After years of hard work, I finished all the courses of Korean that I could have in China.