The question of whether or not English should be an official language has been a controversial topic since our country was founded. The English language is a tie that helps combine the many pieces of our society together. Our nation should not acclaim bilingualism, but should enfold English as the national language spoken in the United States, to secure the future unity of our nation.
The United States is a nation composed of many immigrants from all around the world. We are a country of many cultural and racial ethnic groups that are constantly reacting to shape the American culture. The English language binds and unites immigrants with native- born Americans. English allows us to communicate with each other and discuss each other's views. The United States does not have the related bonds that other countries share like race, religion, and ethnicity. Ethnic separation based on customs and language often lead to violence and discrimination. The citizens of the United States are very diverse, which makes our country so extraordinary. Creating English as the national language will help all Americans live and work together in our environment.
The English language is very popular among many other countries in our world. It is starting to become the international language as well. Speaking one language helps the ability of all backgrounds to communicate with one another. With so much diversity in the United States, we need something that joins us together. To speak a language that is used by the world, will help all Americans. English is the common bond of our community, and understanding it is the only way a citizen will be able to fully participate in democracy, business, and education. It is the language of international relations, as well as the language of our historical documents, of communication and of safety. By making English the official language, it will help to bring together Americans, not propel them farther apart.
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