From Strangers to Neighbors: Working with Refugees
Diana (pronounce Dee-ahna) sat in the passenger seat as I was driving. Her three kids were in the back seat looking out the windows quietly. Diana was equally quiet as we had only met the day before, and it was only by chance that I was asked to give her and her family a ride home. Suddenly she turned to me. “This and that — this is for close and that is for far. Is that correct?” She made the statement slowly, pronouncing the words as clearly as possible.
My English teacher genes bubbled up in glee. “Yes! You use this