Overview: This post will let you know about a deep conversation on how the youth is getting affected because of the English language. As the English language is the most commonly used and spoken language in the world, benefiting everyone in various sectors like education and jobs, it also has a few negative effects.
Let’s just dig into the deep conversations right away!
Person 1: Hey, now that we just finished our English lecture, do you think that there might be students who are forced to speak in the English language only?
Person 2: I think yes because English is a language that is spoken all around the world and it widens your opportunities to seek a job and go-ahead for further education abroad.
Person 1: So, do you think it is wrong for parents to force their kids to speak in English only?
Person 2: I don’t think that the parents are wrong in this situation as they want nothing but the best for their children and they want their kids to be future-ready. So, it is okay if they are communicating with their kids in English and they want their kids to speak only in English. Only practice can make an individual fluent in English.
Person 1: Okay, I understand that but what about those students who just cannot understand the English language however hard they try to do so!
Person 2: If some children are unable to understand and are also unable to speak in the English language, they must not be forced under any circumstances.
Person 1:Then what must be done under such situations?
Person 2: They must be encouraged to speak in that language in which they are comfortable and can express their views and opinions.
Person 1: That is indeed true! You never know that your kid might excel in any other language!
Person 2: That is correct. But apart from mother tongues, at least one language must be taught to the children, and in today’s scenario, learning the English language is a must.
Interrogative sentences: Sentences that are normal but ask a question are known as Interrogative sentences. Every interrogative sentence will end with a question mark because it is asking something.
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