Topic: Should English be the national language of the United States? Yes, English should be the national language of the United States. Why? There are 85 percent of other countries that have a national language, why not the United States. Of 52 states in the U.S. 30 has made English the national...
Why I don’t speak in English
BY: EISSEN LORENZ D. ROS
For as Filipinos, English is our second language and it’s the nationwide used language. We’re learning the English language to improve our communication skills but does the school need to force the student to speak the English language...
Malaysia faced problems in mastering English language and its impact on employability.
English language is very important for many people without realizing, English is a source of livelihood. For example : a guide who work in a tourism object, they rely on their English skill to take the visitors or tourist...
De La Vina
November 27, 2012
Public Schools in the Rio Grande Valley should have bilingual programs as part...
Standard English Vs. The World
It seems today that Standard English is taking over the world. Standard English is the main language many countries call their national language. Even foreign countries are starting to use the English language more often. The University even offers English Second Language...
everyone know that English is international language and important medium of communication. But there is still a Controversial topic that should English be the medium of instruction in secondary school? Population are growing rapidly in this world. Imagine that if we doesn’t have English, how would we be...
Should English be made the Official language of the U.S?
People in the last two decades have been divided on the issue of whether the official language of the United States should be English. Although making English an official language would alleviate some problems , its disadvantages...
Laurry Guillan F. Reyes
English Mastery: An Essential to the New Generation
Thesis Statement: The generation we live in now has incredibly high standards that fluency in English language is of a good help for starting a career, connecting to the world and international recognition.
on whether or not our children should learn more than one language. I feel that it is imperative in today’s society to know more than one language. Knowing more than one language opens up so many doors. It looks great on a resume to show that you are bilingual. Most people still have the misconception...
assumption that speaking a second language is a skill that most do not have but should possess. A person who masters a second language definitely gains an advantage over someone who only speaks one language. Everyone should learn to speak a second language because it benefits our lives in so many ways ranging...
ENG 122 English Compositions II
1 October 2012
Running Head: Official Language 2
The United States is known as an English speaking country, although English is the primary...
Summary : Why learning English is important? Because English is the language for doing international business and to communicate with others around the world, so that’s why learning English in a school, college or institute of further education is a must. To increase your English skill...
The Importance of Studying English
It is a big concerned for teenagers nowadays as they are unaware of the importance of English language as they tend to ignore to learn the language. Students’ attitude towards the language is also crucial to make sure that these teenagers...
Speak for Yourself
When people ask me where I got my “accent” I would simply smile casually, and sometimes sheepishly reply “I came from an English speaking school”. I came from an English speaking school, that’s why I’m fluent in English. English is generally noted as one of the languages commonly...
Foreign Languages, Fun or Fury?
Some parents think that children should have to learn foreign languages at school, while others think it should be free choice. Teachers of other subjects in schools believe that the student’s time could be better spent in other classes. This has been a long running...
Why Study English.
"Why do we have to study English?" How many freshman university students must ask themselves this question? After studying English for six years in high school, why do they have to continue to study in university? This is not an easy question to answer.
Of course, there are some...
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) settled a $2.44 million law suit against the University of Incarnate Word (UIW) due to the misuse of an English-Only rule. In Texas, the 18 Hispanic workers who were involved in the class action suit testified to being harassed and bullied over ten years. Their...
What is English?
History tells us that the English language arose in the Anglo-Saxon kingdom and later was influenced by Norman French. English has continued to develop since then borrowing words from languages all over the world. During the British empires colonization English spread all over the world...
I am Jessica , the Chairperson of the English Language Society .
I speech this article because I am concerned about many student’ attitude towards studying the English language . Although the government has repeatedly told us of the importance of English , many students are still not bothered...
February 6, 2009
Have you ever had a complete stranger come up to you and start speaking in a different language and expected you to understand what they were saying? I have been experiencing this very often recently...
business market need employees who can speak multi languages fluently however
students only get couple years of foreign language class at high school which is only
enough to be able to talk about basic needs. Foreign language teacher thinks America
should recognize the important of speaking...
ESL ENGLISH LESSON (60-120 mins) – 25th August 2012
Why English is the most important language in the world
Today, let’s talk about why English is the most important language in the
world. Considering the size of the country it beggars belief how the English
language has remained at the forefront...
that English being the Native Language of the United States, should be something to strive for. Especially those who want to make a home and progress in this country. Not only is our constitution based upon the English Language, it also emphasized the fact that an individual should know English if he/she...
There are seven billion people spread throughout one hundred ninety six countries in the world. Among all these different people there are different races, different religions, different cultures and different languages. Everyone in the world acts and looks a little different due to their culture....
The language we speak is a crucial part of our identity. It is the language of our families, our country, and our state, even our neighborhood. People have been killed for speaking the language of their forefathers. My father’s family speaks Basque; a language that was prohibited...
There are in Asia many different languages as well as many different dialects. This is true also of many parts of Africa where in Ghana alone there are many different languages, each one again, with many dialects. Therefore since it is only by the spoken word that human beings can communicate...
English Should be the Law?
Whether or not English should be the law in the United States is an argument that is widely being considered. Some believe the United States should make English the official language, some do not. Various Americans believe it would unify the country by giving us a common...
Language and Ethnicity
• Would you call yourself ethnic? Why? Or why not? • What are the characteristics that go to make up an ethnic identity? • How does a group’s ethnicity relate to group’ the language they speak?
1. Origins that precede or are external to the state...
The English-Only Movement: Can America Proscribe Language with a Clear Conscience?
• Jake Jamieson
An eighth-generation Vermonter, Jake Jamieson was bom in Berlin, Vermont, and grew up in nearby Waterbury, home of Ben & Jerry's ice cream. He graduated from the University of Vermont...
should be an “English-only nation”
Essay #1 First Draft
The United States of America
is the melting pot of the world,
which is something that everyone
knows all too well about this great
nation and its history. Yet, wouldn’t
things be so much easier if the US
makes English its official