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Why Should You Learn Spanish
Transcript of Why Should You Learn Spanish
The Hispanic culture continues to have global impact on culture, architecture, art and literature.
Growing influence and presence of Hispanics in entertainment and sports.
Why Do I Need to Learn Spanish?
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No matter what profession you pursue, it will always be impacted by people and culture. You have to be aware of what you can expect to see if you want to have a successful career, family and future.
Spanish is the world's second most spoken language, after Chinese.
By 2030, 7.5% of the world's population will be native Spanish speakers, that's about 535 million people.
'In 3 or 4 generations, it is estimated that 10% of the world's population will understand Spanish.
By 2050, the US will become the country with the highest population of Spanish speakers.
Spanish is the mother tongue of approximately 426 million people, and is the official language in 21 countries.
Did You Know...
In the United States: 37 million, Canada: 909,000, Brazil: 460,000, and in The Philippines: 439,000 people speak spanish.
The Latino market is one of the fastest-growing market in North America, with over 52 million in the US
37 million US residents spoke Spanish at home in 2010
Hispanics account for 60% or more of future US population growth
132.8 million: This projected Hispanic population of the United States by July 1, 2050, 30% of the nation's population.