Latinos Parents want their children opt Spanish
Children s are so ingrained with English that they are forgetting their own mother tongue. Do you think it should be made second language? YES/ NO
I think it should not be made a secondary language. However, I wish more languages were vigorously taught in our schools.
I think they should be taught English in school. If the parents want them to remember how to speak their "mother tongue", they can use it at home. I didn't grow up in an area where a lot of people spoke Spanish, but there were many other "mother tongues" kids spoke. Italian, Polish, and German are just a few. Other than German, Spanish, and French, no other languages were offered at our high school - and Spanish was NOT required. So I think if Spanish isn't available at the school for whatever reason, teach them at home.
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by NewYorker7 years ago
This interests me, since we're only allowed to speak English here.I, myself, speak English as a primary language. But I also speak Spanish, Icelandic, Swedish and Danish.Your turn!
by paarsurrey15 months ago
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