Then you need to go get some of that education you talk of,if you think settling in the new world by newcomers is called illegal immigration. This WAS NOT a country of one nation at that time and it was a time of discovery. There were Native Americans here,YES. But they too were divided into smaller nations of their own at that time.
Most of the world today uses ENGLISH as the language for most businesses.
Anguilla Ireland, Northern Singapore
Antigua and Barbuda Ireland, Republic of Solomon Islands
Australia Jamaica South Africa
Bahamas Kenya Swaziland
Barbados Lesotho Tanzania
Belize Liberia Tonga
Bermuda Malawi Trinidad and Tobago
Botswana Malta Turks and Caicos Islands
British Virgin Islands Mauritius Uganda
Cameroon Montserrat United Kingdom
Canada (except Quebec) Namibia Vanuatu
Cayman Islands New Zealand Wales
Dominica Nigeria Zambia
England Papua New Guinea Zimbabwe
Fiji St. Kitts and Nevis
Gambia St. Lucia
Ghana St. Vincent and the Grenadines
Guyana Sierra Leone
There are apporximately 109 countries that speak and use the English language.
I am for learning. Do not get me wrong. But why IS IT SPANISH? One reason is NAFTA!
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