Language. For many it conjures up the images of people in different countries speaking strange languages that involve vowel and consonant usages that are different than the English language. There are many reasons for this. Americans seem less inclined to learn second languages than other countries. It’s not required for every day life.
Spanish is the second most spoken language in the world. It is the feature of many South American and Central American countries, as well as Spain itself. It is a beautifully sounding language, with many poetic phrases and an ability to be heard in a way that is pleasing to the ear. There are some statistics about Spanish worth noting. They are:
- Spanish is the official language of 21 countries worldwide, and those countries are home to many fun travel
For most Americans, we were introduced to the Spanish language early in our academic years. While many people learned in middle school, Spanish for preschoolers has grown increasingly popular in recent years. So much so that preschool Spanish lessons are being taught both in and outside of school.
Americans are becoming increasingly aware of the influence of Latin culture within the country and are positioning their children to adapt to the changes. The Spanish curriculum for elementary school is changing in many states