How many years of Language class??

United States
April 19, 2008 6:07am CST
What is everyone's opiinion about the change that you don't have to take a language class in high school next year?
3 responses
@javaleira (372)
• Portugal
20 Apr 08
in fact i learn alot in my school.i learn german english french portuguese and spanish...its very streesfull my school but it gives em a good education i think ;)...im almost ending it so im happy..ill start building my life etc!im exited!! my lot is the first step to get my first earnings i guess.(i hope) have a wwonderfull day respectfully: javaleira
@Sir_bobby88 (8244)
• Singapore
19 Apr 08
Well for me it won't matter in my country , the teacher still use english to communicate with us while teaching and we can learn english from them this way yea
• United States
19 Apr 08
I don't think that is everywhere, probably just in your high school. For an advanced diploma ,mine requires three classes of one language or two classes of one and one class of another. In other words you can take three years of Spanish, or you can take two years of Spanish and one year of French. For a rgular diploma they require two years of a language of your choice. These language classes are still required in my high school. Anyway, I think these language classes are valuable, because we have more and more immigrants that speak different languages coming into the United States. It is a shame that they are gettign rid of the language requirements in your school.