What is the official us language?
Puerto Rico is a commonwealth of the United States but before it became part of the US it was part of Spain that why the primary language of the island is Spanish although the second official language is English because is a US Territory and the main language in the US is English.. been Puerto Rico the only US Territory that has official language... because the US don't have an official language. English is consider…
When English was chosen as the official language of the US the majority of the people in the US spoke what language?
It actually does. On May 08, 2007 Senator James M. Inhofe declared English the official language. Put that in your juice box and suck it! That statement is false. Besides, one person cannot declare a language for the US. It must be passed by Congress and signed by the president, and seeing how that has not happened yet, the US has no official language. 30 states, however, have made English the official language.
America was founded by europeans, together they formed a language based off of each others. It was the starting language of the u.s. Answer Because English is the language spoken in the United States. Why should the US adopt any other language as its official language since it is already an English-speaking nation.
Urdu has long been the language of the Muslims of India. After Indenependence, in 1949 Urdu was declared national language. Then it was subsequently declared national language in the constitutions of 1956, 1962, and 1973. It must be noted that Urdu us not the official language. According to all the three constitutions of 1956, 1962, 1973, English is the official language. Urdu is the national NOT official language.