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Biggest Language Learning Myths You Should Stop Believing

Thursday, January 4, 2018  
Posted by: Julie Hill
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A majority of Americans don’t speak a second language mainly for two reasons: language education in the U.S. has limited government funding, and people think that being bilingual has no use because English is the universal language. As a result, in spite of overwhelming research on the personal and career benefits of learning a second language, many young Americans are made to believe that they already have sufficient skills to thrive in a global marketplace.

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