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  • Yes i think so

    In every country, except for America, it's required to take a second language. Why does America no make it a requirement to learn another language? It could help the future of children with jobs. In my opinion, all children in America should be obliged to take a second language.
    Yes, some kids would hate to take a second language but they probably don't understand that taking a second language could help they're future. More jobs are open to adults that know a second language. Pulse Adults that know a second language get a better paycheck than someone who only knows there foreign language. Learning a Foreign language can also help children make cross-culture friendships, exciting travels and they can see how other people see the world.
    It grows kids brains. Studies show that kids that learn a second language are better at multitasking. Scientist says it's also good to talk in another language around infants who are less than one so they can develop their brains to learn different languages and infants who are less than one who is exposed to different ages show different cognitive patterns.
    One thing teachers and parents should take into account if the student wants to. If the student doesn't want to, the parent/teacher should respect the students' wishes. If the parent/teacher forces the student to learn a language they don’t want to the student will be miserable and won’t learn anything.
    Overall in my opinion students should be interested to learn a second language so they could have good career and paycheck. As long as the child is okay with learning a language and gets to choose the language.

  • Students SHOULD learn a second language.

    Even though learning a second language could be difficult, it could be really useful. As students, there are many advantages in learning a second language. It is really important to learn a second language. Learning a second language could help us with our communication skills, future career, and learning other cultures.

  • Students SHOULD learn a second language.

    Even though learning a second language could be difficult, it could be really useful. As students, there are many advantages in learning a second language. It is really important to learn a second language. Learning a second language could help us with our communication skills, future career, and learning other cultures.

  • Students SHOULD learn a second language

    It is really important to learn a second language. Learning a second language could help us with our communication skills, future career, and learning other cultures. Even though learning a second language could be difficult, it could be really useful. As students, there are many advantages in learning a second language.

  • Student should learn the second language

    Although the mother language is very important, but it can just be used in their own country. What if they go out from their own country? They can't communicate with other countries' people. That time, English will be very important. SCHOOL SHOULD LET STUDENT LEARN SECOND LANGUAGE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It is important for world's development!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Student should learn a second language

    It is important for students to learn a second language so they have a higher chance of finding a spouse, job, and great deals for traveling like Honduras or the Philippines. Plus if you don't know a second language well you are basically stupid forever and ever as long as you live

  • If you learn a second language, you will success in your work when you grow up.

    If your work involves regular contact with speakers of foreign language, you must being able to talk to them in their own language. It will help you to communicate with them well. The world's economy is all wrapped up together, and many businesses conduct their business with foreign countries, such as Korea or Germany. They need many different kinds of works who can communicate in different language. Knowledge of foreign languages may increase your chances of finding a new job, getting a promotion or a transfer over sea or going on foreign business trips. For example, If you are head of one of company which need to communicate with French company, which person do you want to choose for giving a promotion? A person who can speak French or a person can speak only English? Ofcourse you will choose a person who can speak French because he can communicate with French company well. Therefore, almost all presidents of companies in world choose a person who can speak foreign language.

  • Yes students should have to learn a second language.

    Students should have to learn a second language as it teaches them skills on how to understand and try to understand what others are trying to say to them, even if they do not understand it. They will gain skills and knowledge from it, and in some studies it has shown that it increases kids abilities to learn in other areas of schooling as well.

  • Yes because it helps a lot.

    Yes because when a student knows more than two languages their brains get more developed and it helps them to succeed academically. When a student gets their brain developed they get smarter each day and when they know more languages it helps academically because a study show that 92 percent of children that know a second language are smarter

  • Yes, if they want to.

    I think this should be entirely up to the student but sure, why not? Of course not everyone wants to learn a second language and maybe not everyone needs to. I don't think it should be a requirement of students but I do think they should have the option should they choose to.

  • No Longer Necessary

    No, students should not learn a second language. Years ago learning a second language was necessary for anyone planning on traveling abroad. Schools offered a variety of second languages to choose from, usually French, Spanish and German. Today, English is becoming the accepted language throughout most foreign countries. People are able to travel to these countries and be understood without learning their native language. As a result, it is no longer a necessity for students to learn a foreign language.


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