If you could, would you take part in a petition to stop teaching English in non-speaking English countries like Japan, France, Spain, etc.?
- Anonymous8 months agoFavourite answer
No I wouldn't. The world needs a universal language. You can't have Japanese, Russian, Spanish pilots for example fly to other countries without understanding directions from air traffic controllers on when and what runway to land the plane. That's just one example for needing to speak English.
- Anonymous8 months ago
No, but I do vote for school board candidates in the USA who want to teach MORE foreign languages in American schools.
- RickLv 78 months ago
- zenoLv 78 months ago
No as English is easier and more efficient than
Most languages. Ask a Chinese how to say.
( Thank you ) or ( have a nice day ) in Chinese.
It's a paragraph long group of crazy symbols.