International educational comparison.
You know how they don't call them "Brazil nuts" in Brazil? Anyway, I'm a native-born U.S. citizen and I have never been outside the country. But I was wondering about something.
You know that in the predominantly English-speaking United States, "English" is given as a course, from grade school to college and graduate school; so that a native-born English-speaking U.S. citizen can, if she likes, get a degree in "English."
Here, at long last, is my question: Do they do this in other countries? For example, Is French (not as a second language) taught in France in the same way?
Here in Puerto Rico we take both English and Spanish from grade school to high school, and even college.
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