by Tom Miller
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Leading Latino artists, entertainers, politicians, authors, and athletes explain how they each dealt with the challenges and intricacies of learning the English language, including Congressman Josâe Serrano and writer Oscar Hijuelos.
September 25, 2007 Tom Miller, editor of How I Learned English, discusses the collection of essays from prominent Latino Americans about how they mastered the quirks of the English language. Congressman Jose Serrano reveals his method of choice: singing along with Frank Sinatra.
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