Well its really not that hard
talk about the importance of communication
why would you like to b bilingual
how would you
how will it bennefit you
summarize your thesis
State why you want to be bilingual?
I suggest addressing these reasons:
- To be more well known with cultures around the world
- To improve your understanding of the language as well as your own
I hope you get it done in time !
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More and more places these days have large populations of new immigrants who don't speak English. More and more companies do business overseas and can use bilingual people in many capacities. Being bilingual will be more and more useful as time goes by.
If you happen to live in the western US--actually any place in the US these days--you would know that Hispanics are the fastest growing segment of the population. HIspanic radio listenership and TV viewership is at an all-time high and will continue to grow. There are whole towns in the west where Spanish is the primary language.
When the US took over much of the west from Mexico (California, Nevada, New Mexico and Arizona) a treaty was signed allowing the Spanish-speaking people here to keep their language and customs. So, although we don't acknowledge it, Spanish is an 'official' language in these states.
Well that should be enough to get you started.
Here is an idea you may be able to work from. I want to be bilingual becaue i like different languages. I want to be able to speak 2 or 3 different languages. I believe it would be interesting to teach 2 or 3 languages to students. I am not sure yet which I would like to teach. But, I am almost positive the student will gain from my teaching then. However I would want the students to be honestly interested. I would be good at both languages and in techniques for teach a second language. Being bilingual does not necessarily mean you can speak for example Spanish and German, Or English and French.
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