Countries speak Spanish
Canada has become a very multicultural in the recent years but still remains to have two official languages, English and French.
Spanish is the second most widely spoken language in the world, second only to Chinese, and one of the six official languages of the United Nations. Learning Spanish not only allows children to master one more language and learn more about a culture, but it also broadens their future employment opportunities.
Spanish is the second most important language in the world, and more than 23 countries and regions have adopted it as an official language.
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Children who can master Spanish will have more employment advantages in other countries such as the United States, Spain, and Mexico. Latin American and African countries such as Brazil, Argentina, Cuba, Chile, will also provide a great opportunity if Spanish is known .
In addition, from the perspective of word formation, many Spanish words and English words have the same roots and affixes, along with having similar grammar and syntactic structure.
Combining the above advantages of many Spanish languages, Spanish has become a very popular choice for Chinese Canadian children to learn as a second language.