I know that there is no official language in the U. S., but I think it's important that everyone can understand each other; it's not just for our benefit, but for that of the immigrants as well. There are several many different languages, and there just aren't enough dials for all of them. What do you think?
- No, that's discrimination.Vote A
- Yes, it's important.Vote B
Most Helpful Girl
I don't think it's necessary. English is the unofficial official language. To divert: So many Americans speak fluent Spanish, and many native English speakers are learning Spanish (here here) But it's not just about these two. The US is still very much a melting pot. And I don't think the distinction is needed.
Coming back to your question: Even if it was the official language that doesn't mean everyone would make an effort to learn it (though the overwhelming majority of immigrants do learn or try to)
Things are good the way they are. If the US official language was changed to English then I wouldn't think that was discrimination (because that would be silly)0
Most Helpful Guy
What? Don't you have an official language? That surprised. I was that it was English. So, yes, English should be the official language.1