Frey holds a PhD as a demographer and has studied the influence language adaptability has due to immigration. He has written various works regarding the different aspects of population and its effects on…
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This is true for me since I come from such a country where diversity with ethnic groups is very clear and that multiple languages are used at the same time or are adapted with the primary language.
There is hardly anything that is contradicting with what the author wrote in his article. His work is very exacting and valid due to the use of calculated figures and statistical data. Multilingual is the key word in this article since the author focuses on the growing number of languages being spoken and used in comparison with the English language. The increasing number of foreign immigrants to the country means that more non-English languages are being spoken at an increasing rate. I agree with the author’s observation in which many languages are introduced through immigration, and it many have difficulty learning the English. The result of this would result to ethnic groups creating more insular cultural sub-units of society that deal with daily matters among themselves. The author treats refutations in a matter-of-fact matter, using objective data to support his claims and to not appear as biased. I can relate to his view in real life in a sense that some ethnic groups around my community speak their own language among themselves while not being well versed with the English
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The material contains the all important implication that understanding different lifestyles and ways of living gives people a broader perspective in their own lives - this thought can be called a summation of all the ideas in this book. This book goes on to give an insight into various communities and so called minorities who have the potential to deliver us to unknown lands and their unknown cultures.