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Old May 9th, 2006, 06:59 PM  
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Default Re: Should we keep spanish class in school?

Originally Posted by LIsailer19
the most commonly spoken language in the United States is not, i repeat, not spanish. it's english, in case u havent noticed. spanish is only 20% spoken in the U.S, and most of the people who speak spanish, also speak fluent english. I dont think they should take it out of schools though.

btw- i dont take spanish, i take french and it's like 1000 times harder
I'm sure he ment the most commonly spoken secondary language.
forgive the typo.
its not biggy.

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