Should English be the official language of the united States?
(Btw, you're on the Con side......)Actually, English was never made an official language. But, here's why it should be. (It's considered the main language.)
82% of Americans speak English. Only 10% speak Spanish.  English dates back to 1776 when we declared our independence from Great Britain. Technically, we stole Great Britain's language. Still, it is our original language. As I was saying, exactly 215,423,555 people speak English in the US. No other languages come CLOSE to that. Spanish is the next highest, at 28,100,725.  English is of course, the most commonly used language in the US. Look at this map:
It shows the English language throughout all 50 states. The darker, the more spoken. Pretty dark, huh? What about this graph? 
Mostly English in the US. 
So as you can see, English should be the official language as you said, but I think I explained it better.
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