A part of my piece I’m proud of is having the courage to write about being bilingual and my past that relates to my education.
Another skill I wanted to work on was improving my grammar.
Overall, I have good grammar but it can always improve.
The development of tourism contributed to English becoming the most prominent language in the world.
Some people think this will lead to English becoming the only language to be spoken globally.
As a child, I primarily learned one language, English. My father prefered Creole English and Miskito to Spanish.
Then, when I was five years old, I was enrolled at Independence Charter School, a school with a bilingual program so I would become fluent in Spanish. Classes had a “Spanish only rule.” You couldn’t speak English in classes; if we have something to say, it had to be in Spanish.
My newest advanced essay revolved around being bilingual and its impact in my life and its benefits to modern education.
As it stands, there is a bill currently that would implement a English-only system in Pennsylvania.
This would devastate many countries economically that rely on tourism as a source of income.
In conclusion, while there are plus points to having one global language, too much would be lost as a result.