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 (44726)
• Uzbekistan
9 Nov 17
I learnt English for nine years and Latin for seven years.
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@DEMI12 (736)
• Guangdong, China
13 Nov 17
Is latin hard to learn? do u have a Latin teacher?
@MALUSE (44726)
• Uzbekistan
13 Nov 17
@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 (736)
• Guangdong, China
9 Nov 17
Most chinese students choose japanese, it depends your location and your culture!
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• United States
9 Nov 17
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 (736)
• Guangdong, China
9 Nov 17
@Datazngirl wowo, you know several languages? thats good ! it can help you a lot in the future
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@DEMI12 (736)
• Guangdong, China
9 Nov 17
@Datazngirl u from china?
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@Lolaze (3164)
• United States
10 Nov 17
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 17
I love learning Spanish. I find it very enjoyable!
@DEMI12 (736)
• Guangdong, China
10 Nov 17
@Datazngirl is it hard ?is there some teachers teaching you ?
• United States
10 Nov 17
@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 17
I still learn my English language, I think my English below average.
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@cabhay (365)
• India
9 Nov 17
I chose french in my first year of graduation and i am still so bad at it ??
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@louievill (19991)
• Philippines
9 Nov 17
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 (65253)
• Los Angeles, California
9 Nov 17
I took Spanish and did just enough to pass. In retrospect I wish I had tried French.
@Morleyhunt (21470)
• Canada
9 Nov 17
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 (71353)
• Roseburg, Oregon
9 Nov 17
I did not have to take a language