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 @9HW69FKRepublican from Ohio answered…4mos4MO

I think that it is cool to see how different people's lives are compared to mine

 @9HTY5FT from California answered…5mos5MO

Minority Rights should be a thing. White people are not the only parts of the human race anymore. There are so many people of color out there who rarely get any recognition for their ethnicity. It shouldn't make a person uncomfortable to hear other languages being spoken, that's just the beauty of diversity in the U.S.

 @9HVBSBG from New York answered…5mos5MO

 @9HT7PF6 from Maine answered…5mos5MO

I don’t mind at all. This is likely because I don’t believe other people communicating with each other is my problem.

 @9HVKM9N from Washington answered…5mos5MO

 @9HVWXWB from Ohio answered…4mos4MO

I find it interesting to hear the variety in speech when heard in public, but if I were in a small group of people and two of them started communicatng in a language I didnt understand I would certainly feel left out.

 @9HW4NP7 from Missouri agreed…4mos4MO

i would also feel left out but it would also be interesting and fun to figure out what is being said

 @9HW496G from Wisconsin agreed…4mos4MO

I think that it's fine when I hear people speaking a different language in public I don't really mind it but I think that its kind of messed up to leave someone out and start speaking another language that they don't know.

 @9HXNF86 from California answered…4mos4MO

I don't mind it at all. It would be the same if we spoke English in Japan or somewhere else.

 @9HZ7PRW from Oregon answered…4mos4MO

I do not care whether individuals speak a different language than me. We all come from different backgrounds and we can't be expected to all be the same.

 @9J4PZXF from Louisiana agreed…4mos4MO

There are different languages with different cultures. Not everyone is expected to be the same or grow up the same.

 @9J2DTBX from Minnesota answered…4mos4MO

I don't think much about it, they either grew up speaking that language or learned it to speak with other people, and they have the right to express themselves in any way they please as long as they aren't actively harming or threatening the safety of other people.

 @9J6C2ZP from Nevada agreed…4mos4MO

it is regarded as impolite and improper and even rude to speak a language others who may hear and not understand ...

 @9J4PSNSSocialist from California agreed…4mos4MO

I think speaking multiple langueges should be celebrated not hidden. Being in a multicultural state it should be normalized

 @9HZBX5D  from California answered…4mos4MO

I feel confused honestly but I wish I could understand them or their language, I think other languages are beautiful and the us doesn't teach us of hardly any language.

 @9J2FS2Q from Oregon agreed…4mos4MO

other languages that I don't know are intriguing and I wish that the US taught more foreign languages.

 @9J2FDWWIndependent from California agreed…4mos4MO

Learning how to speak different languages would be beautiful in ways where you would be able to communicate with others who dont speak english and being bilingual or know more than two languages means that there is also more job opportunites.

 @9J2FXYXRepublican from Florida agreed…4mos4MO

I believe we are not educated enougt about other countries and their cultures such as the languages they speak. Most foreign countries the students their know english because the schools their teach them more. While I feel kids here do not.

 @9HW468S from Tennessee answered…4mos4MO

Curious about what they are saying because i dont know the language and i think different languages are interesting

 @9HXGQJ4 from Florida agreed…4mos4MO

There are no ways to strengthen the reasoning of this except for the fact that I am sure many people have thought the same way.

 @9HXNXLL from Minnesota agreed…4mos4MO

It would be nice to hear people from different countries to speak different languages because is proves that a lot of people want to be in the US.

 @9HW8QWGIndependent from Tennessee agreed…4mos4MO

Since english is the most popular language in America it is somewhat rare to hear a different language. Hearing a different language interests me because it is difficult to comprehend that they know that language as I know english.

 @9HW6W82  from California agreed…4mos4MO

I think we should commit to learning different languages in a diverse nation we are bound to find people of other races and ethnicities everywhere so why should we look at them any different.

 @9HXKNB8Independent from New York answered…4mos4MO

I feel normal, this is a multiethnic country so it’s normal to hear different languages and it is also interesting

 @9HXN495Democrat from Washington answered…4mos4MO

I find it interesting hearing different languages to remain in touch with roots and the comfortability to share diversity of languages in public. I wish I knew more to understand or to feel included as well if I'm apart of the conversation but I do not mind.

 @9HTLZSY from Iowa answered…5mos5MO

I feel fine, there is more than one language in the world, you can't get rid of it just because you are in a different country.

 @9HZ2SX3 from Virginia answered…4mos4MO

I think its beautiful that there's other languages, when i hear people speaking a different language it just kind of brings me out of my own world, it shows that theres different religions that the world isn't a small place. It shows that the world is vast and that there is so much to learn.

 @9HZ7KYX from South Carolina answered…4mos4MO

I don't have a problem with people living with me in my country who are from another country. In fact, I think it's cool when someone is bringing their culture and language to another place.

 @9J3NPNTLibertarian from New Jersey agreed…4mos4MO

Being military, I see a wide variety of cultures compared to where i was raised and it wasn't until I left home did I realize how diverse and unique the country is. Having a diverse population and diverse cultures shows just how diverse we really are.

 @9HW4656 from South Carolina answered…4mos4MO

I don't really care honestly because I don't always want to know what people are saying

 @9HX7SJT from Michigan disagreed…4mos4MO

I disagree, I feel interested in what language they are speaking because you don't hear people speaking other languages.

 @9HY9CC7 from North Carolina answered…4mos4MO

I think it is cool we are such a diverse country. I will admit that sometimes I might get frustrated with I have trouble understanding another language or accent but at the end of the day those people don't do anything wrong and it just makes us a better country for having so many different ethnicities, viewpoints, and government standpoints.

 @9HXF394 from Virginia answered…4mos4MO

I don't feel anyway because I know that not everyone is fluent in English and I also know how to mind my business.

 @9HY93LCWomen’s Equality from Georgia agreed…4mos4MO

A large portion of the United States is not native to the U.S. and also has different familial backgrounds. It is not expected and should not be expected for everyone to speak English.

 @9HY8ZP7 from Tennessee agreed…4mos4MO

It is 2024 America, there are plenty of immigrants moving to this country everyday who do not yet speak English, or have a hard time learning it. Not only, that I have taken Spanish for the last 5 years, and it has put me in the shoes of those who are trying to learn English quickly.

 @9HVR2F9 from North Carolina answered…5mos5MO

I feel interested because they are part of an entirely different culture and must think about the world from a different perspective.

 @9HXJ56X from Georgia agreed…4mos4MO

i dont expect everyone to speak english because it is only one out of thousand of languages in this world.

 @9HXV8DYCA Common Sense from Oklahoma answered…4mos4MO

When i hear a different language I am intrigued and curious. This is due to that fact that I am interested in different cultures and their histories as well as traditions. I want an understanding of how everyone lives their lives worldwide.

 @9HXFVPT from Indiana answered…4mos4MO

The only thing I feel when hearing other languages is curiosity. I think other languages are fascinating and would be interesting to learn and learn about.

 @9HYHG4P from Maryland answered…4mos4MO

I feel that the people speaking these languages are no different from me, they simple don't use the same way of speaking. In fact, if they are bilingual or even speak more than two languages (even if one of those is not English), they demonstrate a capacity to learn and expand their communication skills.

 @9HYV2HW  from Texas agreed…4mos4MO

Often when watching a film in a foreign language, the range of emotions and goals expressed by the characters feels "human" to the viewer, not limited to any specific language, nationality, or culture. Ex. Parents love and want to protect their kids, young couples fall in love, a sports victory is a triumph.

 @9HXL9MC from Iowa answered…4mos4MO

Feel fine. It's none of my business if they want to speak to each other in their native language.

 @9HZCF7YDemocrat  from North Carolina answered…4mos4MO

I enjoy seeing the diversity, and not knowing what people are saying gives me incentive to learn a different language.

 @9HYTZRY  from Washington answered…4mos4MO

I love different languages and cultures. I think it would be sad to live in a homogeneous world. We need to accept others and learn to live as communities with understanding. The human race is diverse, learning and accepting others makes us more humane and we can gain rich experiences.

 @9HZKB57Republican from California disagreed…4mos4MO

I love different languages and cultures. I think it would be sad to live in a homogeneous world. We need to accept others and learn to live as communities with understanding. The human race is diverse, learning and accepting others makes us more humane and we can gain rich experiences.

 @9HZ45ST from Tennessee answered…4mos4MO

I don't really care about hearing languages I don't understand unless it is a barrier to me or other people. I think people should be able to freely use the language they would like, but keep English as the primary language of America and offering plenty of free opportunities, such as websites, to help people from other countries learn English quickly and easily.

 @9HZ4L4Q from Wisconsin answered…4mos4MO

doesn't make me feel any different I have no problem with it cause if I was in another country i would do the same thing so who am I to judge

 @9HZCW63 from California agreed…4mos4MO

America has a lot of people from different countries that come from different countries and as someone who is a Spanish speaker it doesn't bother me if someone speaks a different language.

 @9HVHPXG from Texas answered…5mos5MO

I wish to learn those languages to better understand their culture/heritage, I believe language is a way to express one’s self identity and is very important in modern society.

 @9HTRGHHWomen’s Equality from Utah answered…5mos5MO

I think it's interesting that there are so many languages that different people speak.


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