Official and Second National Languages

In North America, there are three major languages spoken more commonly than any other languages.  Sure, the United States and Canada does have a lot of visitors and immigrants, but English, Spanish, and French are the three languages shared by the most people in this region.   This makes sense, of course, since Spanish is the most abundant language throughout Latin and Central (and most of South America) and French is extremely common in Canada. In the United States, though, the most commonly spoken Robotel language is English, followed, perhaps, by…

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