Language is one of the most beautiful techniques that humans have developed to allow us to communicate among each other; we can share and understand our and others’ feelings, opinions, and ideas. Because technologies, schools, and everything else is complex, we have made language difficult with the different language created. With lots of language around the world, it is difficult to share, understand, and connect each other feelings, opinions, and ideas. Bilingual students can break this barrier with their culture and schools. Bilingualism breaks the language barrier and opens more opportunities, different views, and better relationship. Culture, history, and language are important because it is a description that separates individuals from one another. The world needs to encourage students to learn more languages to become open-minded and respectful of others’ culture.
English is the “universal” language because it is spoken almost everywhere (Garcia 2). If English was spoken everywhere, our world would erase the diverse culture and history. We would be a step closer similar to each other and one step further from being unique. Culture and language are two similar aspects when being bilingual; they tie together because language originated from the culture and the culture develops language to communicate. Culture is developed from history, and history has developed over time. Every country has a different culture, history, and language because these factors separate the country from every other country. Our culture and history makes up who a person is as an individual. If we were all the same, it would be a dull world with no uniqueness. We have a diverse universe to make everyone different and unique, and we should take that advantage as something we all can differentiate from one another. We should learn this diverse world because it helps us bring us closer but keep our originality.
We should keep and learn other language to keep culture alive. If people were to speak one language, the “universal” language, the culture, history, and language would die and we would not be as unique with a diverse language. Individuals would not have different thoughts or idea, and we would all be the same. If everybody uses the same language, life would be simple and dull. There would be less individualism because there would be less international debate because everybody uses the same language; language derived from culture, and culture makes every ethnicity unique. We would forget the diverse world we once had and would not be unique.
Bilingualism would create less racist remarks, views, and opinions. If people were to share their language and culture, there would be less racial responses in America. Lots of Americans are uneducated about other ethnicity, and when those Americans talk about another ethnic, non-American people find it racist. Asian people get offended when Americans chattered “ching-chong ling-ding-dong” because that’s what they hear. Other...