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Does the United States need an official language?   
 
           Language says Balmer (1992) is the essential medium of expression upon which all cultures depend.  Most peoples and cultures do not willingly accept intrusion upon their rights to use their native language.  At the same time, most nations in the world are composed of more than one language group, and many, including the United States have experienced conflict between groups (Balmer, 1992).

Spanish Language

Language opens a new door of discovery for America to pursue and become a nation with an official second language.  This will help to unite the American Continent because of the great cultural variety in our nation, this helps to open the door to develop among our people a conscious sense that two languages are better than one.  

English Usage

Does the United States need an official language?   
 
           Language says Balmer (1992) is the essential medium of expression upon which all cultures depend.  Most peoples and cultures do not willingly accept intrusion upon their rights to use their native language.  At the same time, most nations in the world are composed of more than one language group, and many, including the United States have experienced conflict between groups (Balmer, 1992).

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What is Official English?
 
 
Declaring English the official language means that official government business at all levels must be conducted solely in English. This includes all public documents, records, legislation and regulations, as well as hearings, official ceremonies and public meetings.  Official English legislation contains common-sense exceptions permitting the use of languages other than English for such things as public health and safety services, judicial proceedings, foreign language instruction and the promotion of tourism (US English, 2011).