Second Languages Around The World

Most of the times, the choice of the second language is not up to you. When I was in primary school, we “had to” learn English as the second language because we/ or our parents did not have a chance to decide on that. In Turkey example, English is considered as the global language and it should be in the curriculum.

When I was in college, I studied in Ghent, a Flemish city Belgium. Unlike Turkey, the second language is French there because of the bilingual nature of the country.

Anyway. For this or that reason, every country has a second language around the world. Let’s see it with a funny and informative infographic. 🙂

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2 responses to this post.

  1. German didn’t even make it to top 10? I’ve been planning to learn German as a second foreign language. I might as well improve what litte French I know.

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