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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...9yrs

Yes, but the government should provide free language learning courses

@8F3TJ7L from Utah answered…4mos

Encouraged, not required. Speaking the predominant language where you live makes life significantly easier.

@93RQL4H from Massachusetts answered…7mos

No, but maybe provide free language learning courses for those interested in assimilating.

@mansi from Nebraska answered…8mos

I don't think it should be required, but there should be free classes for them.

@93GLTSM from Nebraska answered…8mos

@92YHQCV from California answered…8mos

No, immigrants should choose whether they want to learn English OR Not, and for those that do, the government should provide them with free language learning courses, but Personally, we should embrace the diversity that immigrants add to our country.

@92YHQCV from California answered…8mos

No, because it should be a choice, not a requirement, and for those who choose to learn English, the government should provide free language learning courses, but personally, we should embrace the diversity that immigrants add to our country.

@9334YP3 answered…9mos

Immigrants should be required to learn at least one of the official languages of the state they are immigrating to.

@92YHQCV from California answered…9mos

Yes, as long as it's NOT Forced upon them, and the government should provide free language learning courses, but personally, we should embrace the diversity that immigrants add to our country.

@92XJ5HX from New York answered…9mos

@92TDH8N from Illinois answered…9mos

No, but there should be free language learning courses if they want to learn it.

@8532KYJ from Georgia answered…9mos

No, and English needs to be decentered as Americans are not English

@923Z93G from Pennsylvania answered…10mos

@8ZVRJ7S from Indiana answered…10mos

It wouldn’t hurt since English is the de facto language of business and education in this country but they should also be able to speak their language in peace too. It should be up to them, not the government.

 @8ZH59GG from Washington answered…11mos

 @8ZH59GG from Washington answered…11mos

@8ZGPKM9 from Missouri answered…11mos

@85QWNPG from Colorado answered…11mos

No, but it should be highly streamlined, encouraged and free for them to learn English on the process of attaining citizenship or in the years after if their mind changes.

@Edsbeardposting from Michigan answered…11mos

No, the United States doesn't have an official language so there's no realistic way to enforce it.

@8YVHZD3 from South Carolina answered…12mos

It would be good for them to learn English, but difficult if not impossible to implement or enforce.

@2N9PTXM answered…12mos

No, but the government should provide free language learning courses to those who wish to...and it should be encouraged.

@8YKV3LM from Hawaii answered…1yr

@8YK8V7Y from Hawaii answered…1yr

@8YJ6ZGY from Michigan answered…1yr

No, but the government should provide free language learning courses if they choose to learn.

@8YFCYTS from California answered…1yr

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No, it shouldn't be required but it should be highly encouraged and the government should provide free language learning courses

@8XPV4DF from South Carolina answered…1yr

@8XRJPQ5 from Massachusetts answered…1yr

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Yes, but the government should provide free language learning courses

No, it shouldn't be required but it should be highly encouraged and the government should provide cheap language lessons

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Yes, but the government should provide free language learning courses

No, it shouldn't be required but it should be highly encouraged and the government should provide free language lessons

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No, but strongly encourage. Requiring it is against the 1st and 5th Amendments.

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No, it should not be required but it should be highly encouraged and the government should provide free language lessons

@8XH9SMF from Ohio answered…1yr

yes but only so they can converse with the American citizens who mostly speak English, but no matter what they should still be able to speak whenever or whatever they choose.

@CFox4People from Ohio answered…1yr

No, but they should be encouraged to do so if they wish to and have access to cheap or free learning courses.

@8XCLN72 answered…1yr

No, but they should be encouraged to learn English because it is most commonly spoken language in the country.

@DengekiMatsuko from California answered…1yr

No, but the government should provide free language learning courses if immigrants want to learn it.

@Thomasj66 from Georgia answered…1yr

They should be encouraged while native born people should be encouraged to learn Spanish.

 @SassOfficial from Texas answered…1yr

@8X47HQG from South Carolina answered…1yr

No, but provide increased access to English language learning resources

@8WVF9XZ from New York answered…1yr

No, but they should have some understanding of it. They will gradually learn the language over time

@8WP7GRQ from Ohio answered…1yr

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No, but we as a country should stop catering to those who don't choose to learn English. It is ultimately their choice but we have no obligation to translate.

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