Learning a Foreign Language

Americans typically have a hard time communicating with foreigners because the majority of americans are monolingual

Though learning a new language can be hard work, the long term benefits far outweigh the temporary costs

In an ever globalizing world, it is becoming more necessary to learn second languages

Bilingual individuals make an average of ten percent more per year than monolinguals

People who can speak two languages now not only have job opportunities in their own country, but have them internationally as well

It is necessary to make learning a second language a mandatory part of every Liberty students degree

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