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What's the question, sport?
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whats the question lol
It's just only 1.3
I need to answer the connection questions
I don't know what to put for this question -> 1. What does Rodríguez mean when he uses the phrase “two names, two worlds”? What two worlds does his name represent?
I try to read as little as possible. From the context this line was in, he was talking about how one part of his world is Latin and the other part is American.
I need help for this question 2. What assumptions does Rodríguez think others might make about his identity because of his name? Which of those assumptions are true? Which are false?
He probably assumes that they assume that he has parents from different cultures.
3. What does your name suggest about your identity? To what extent does it influence how others think about you? How does it affect how you think about yourself?
Well like I said, it suggests your cultures, and it also suggests your parent's intelligence. Like if they name you Orange, a lot of people would think they're idiots.