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    Matt

    45 million Spanish speakers—most of whom also speak English—plus 6 million Spanish students.

    Plus roughly one million each of Cantonese, Mandarin, French, German, Italian, Tagalog, Vietnamese, and Korean speakers, most of whom also speak English.

    Just sayin’.

    MonkeyHitman

    fuck yeah im 3rd place 😀

    arbiter

    Sooo, there are some people in the US who speak no language at all? If this isn’t sarcasm, then it can’t be statistically right..

    compasseagle89

    are you doubting manu’s credibility?

    tiki god

    have you heard some of the people in the ‘deep south’ speak?

    kazutora

    They obviously didn’t include America’s native language, “Shit”

    kazutora

    They obviously didn’t include America’s native language, “Shit”, in this statistic!

    Tyger42

    Regional dialect English is still English. “Bad English” doesn’t count as “no language”.

    Tyger42

    And, to be honest, the “deep south” southern accent is a hell of a lot easier to understand than some of that “Fargo” shit. And have you ever heard the Hawaiian pigeon accent?

    Professor Ratbaggy

    Not necessarily no language, but a very small proportion of one.  😉

    ian356094

    This is bullshit. There are a TON of people in the US that are originally from other countries. USA has the most multi language speaking citizens.

    MrX

    It was Ebonics that brought us down…Just sayin’.