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Wealthy Manhattan parents have seen the future and it's . . . Mandarin.
Posted by Craig on 05:50:00 AM in Current Affairs
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I don’t think Chinese will become a important language for the world to learn. The Chinese government knows that English is the universal language and for China to be a player in the world economy, Chinese people have to be able to speak English.
The Chinese people are very eager to learn English. If a person does not speak English, they cannot earn over $50 a month. If they can read, write and speak English they can get a job with a multi-national for $300 a month.
I think English will become as universal in China as it is in India.
March 30, 2005 at 09:25 PM
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