Originally posted by cjf
Errr...aaah....again that was my point. get it?
Three people have now misunderstood your point. Perhaps we aren't the ones who should be chastised.
The frustration you exhibit might be better channeled into making your point clearer next time. I'm just sayin...
I thought this was interesting:
The United States is generally considered to be the third or the fourth largest Spanish-speaking country in the world, after Mexico, Colombia and
In New Mexico and Puerto Rico, both Spanish and English have the status of official language. Although Spanish is not the most-spoken language
in any one U.S. state, it is the second most-spoken language in 43 states and in the District of Columbia.
I live in New Mexico and I didn't know that. I love it, though. Equal opportunity for languages!
It's really no surprise that Spanish was the
language chosen to teach as a second language in primary schools.
Would be wonderful if the kids or parents had a choice (German, French, Italian). Perhaps in the future.