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Ernesto Galarza's memoir takes place in California. Why is that significant to the story? Question 1 options: Many writers have come from California. In California, children go to school all year long. His teacher, Miss Ryan, is also a Mexican immigrant. The story tells of a Mexican boy beginning school without knowing the language or the culture.

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    "The significance of Ernesto Galarza's memoir taking place in California in the story is that the story tells of a Mexican boy beginning school without knowing the language or culture of the place. The boy was an immigrant who has not inkling of what he will face as he begins his life journey in California." That should tell you the answer.

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