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Read the excerpt from "Mother Tongue." Lately, I’ve been giving more thought to the kind of English my mother speaks. Like others, I have described it to people as “broken” or “fractured” English. But I wince when I say that. It has always bothered me that I can think of no other way to describe it other than “broken,” as if it were damaged and needed to be fixed, as if it lacked a certain wholeness and soundness. How does Tan build a central idea of her story in the excerpt? Tan discusses her thoughts about language to build the idea that the English language does not have words to match some Chinese terms. Tan discusses her relationship with her mother to build the idea that mothers and daughters in all cultures often have misunderstandings. Tan discusses her mother’s use of English to build the idea that a form of language can be purposeful and meaningful even if it is nonstandard. Tan discusses the English language to build the idea that there is a lack of appropriate synonyms for the word “broken.”
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By a descriptive word, I assume you mean an adjective. Here is a list of one-syllable adjectives that begin with n, and there aren't many: nice neat new nude numb null near next north (as in, "the door of the north," "north wind," "north course") night (as in, "a night nurse," "a night raid," "the night hours") nuts (meaning insane or crazy," She's nuts") net (as in "net force,""net income," "net earnings") Nash (meaning firm, stiff, hard) nothing (meaning lost, gone, ruined) neap (low; this definition usually refers to tides) necked (used in phrases like "stiff-necked." It can also mean "cracked.") ribbed (have nerves) nesh (sensitive, tender, delicate) nibbed (have a nib/point, or one of a particular class, as in "broad-nibbed pen") near (near or approaching) nil (has no value or existence) of the nine (amounting to nine in number) ninth, next after the eighth; being one of nine equal parts) is not (not; not at all; far from being, "he is not a genius"; very little or negligible) none (This is an archaic usage. This means that not any or not.) Norse (of or pertaining to ancient Scandinavia or its inhabitants; Norwegian), nose (have a nose) now (that covers the latest fashion/fashion: "the now look") nowed (knotted; tied in a knot) cancelled
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