Language Requirement

United States
November 9, 2017 3:11am CST
In high school I was required to take a language for 2 years in order to graduate. I chose Spanish. What language did you choose? Do you still utilize what you've learned from your language class? I actually do, and have become conversational in Spanish haha.
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@MALUSE (41411)
• Germany
9 Nov
I learnt English for nine years and Latin for seven years.
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@DEMI12 (603)
• Guangdong, China
13 Nov
Is latin hard to learn? do u have a Latin teacher?
@MALUSE (41411)
• Germany
13 Nov
@DEMI12 Yes, Latin is hard to learn. Of course, we had a teacher of Latin. How else do you learn at school? Latin is useful for Europeans because it's one of the roots of European languages.
@DEMI12 (603)
• Guangdong, China
9 Nov
Most chinese students choose japanese, it depends your location and your culture!
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• United States
9 Nov
I decided to choose Spanish because it's a very popular language here, and plus.. I already know how to speak Cantonese, Hakka and Toisan.. I found Spanish to be very interesting!
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@DEMI12 (603)
• Guangdong, China
9 Nov
@Datazngirl wowo, you know several languages? thats good ! it can help you a lot in the future
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@DEMI12 (603)
• Guangdong, China
9 Nov
@Datazngirl u from china?
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@Lolaze (3164)
• United States
10 Nov
I was supposed to take two years of a language but my alternative school didn’t offer any. Luckily I was accepted into a private university instead of a state university so there wasn’t a problem when it came to getting into college. I would’ve chosen Spanish though. I’m working on learning it now.
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• United States
10 Nov
I love learning Spanish. I find it very enjoyable!
@DEMI12 (603)
• Guangdong, China
10 Nov
@Datazngirl is it hard ?is there some teachers teaching you ?
• United States
10 Nov
@DEMI12 to me it's easy to learn. I used to learn it in high school. Now, I just learn on my own.
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@kakah87 (403)
• Semarang, Indonesia
9 Nov
I still learn my English language, I think my English below average.
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@cabhay (365)
• India
9 Nov
I chose french in my first year of graduation and i am still so bad at it ??
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@louievill (18981)
• Philippines
9 Nov
During my time in college, Spanish was compulsory, we had to take at least 12 units in the University to finish our course, I'm not so sure but now I think its just an elective.
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@JohnRoberts (60326)
• Los Angeles, California
9 Nov
I took Spanish and did just enough to pass. In retrospect I wish I had tried French.
@Morleyhunt (19894)
• Canada
9 Nov
In high school I studied four years of French, two years of Latin and three years of German. That was many years ago. I don't routinely use anything other than English and some Dutch (learned at home as a child) and now some French as my granddaughter is going to a totally French school.
@jstory07 (68387)
• Roseburg, Oregon
9 Nov
I did not have to take a language