Do you think it should also stipulate that English must be the "primary" spoken language of Puerto Rico in order to attain statehood?

  • It is economically unrealistic and culturally unfair to make English the primary language of Puerto Rico.
    91 votes

  • If Puerto Rico wants to achieve American statehood it should fully integrate by making English the primary spoken language.
    57 votes

  • English doesn't have to be the dominant language in Puerto Rico, but it should be a mandatory subject taught in schools.
    134 votes

  • Other - add in comments.
    6 votes


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  • Hellen - 8 years ago

    To whoever wrote this, English is already a mandatory subject in private and public schools. I went to private schools from k-10 and public from 11-12. (I found public school curriculum much easier than private school though) Graduated high school and was able to speak, read and write English. Went on to college in the USA and did better than many Americans in their English placement test. My niece and nephew started their English education by watching cable TV with US programing in English.

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