The given charts compare the percentages of British undergraduates who could speak more than one
in a specific university in the and 2010 respectively.
glance, it is clear that Spanish was by far the most spoken
de English in that university.
, students became interested in other
over the period of 10 years.
According to the charts, in 2000, 30% of students were able to communicate in Spanish only, which doubled than that figure for French speaks, followed by 10% of students who could spoke
an fluently. In the
ten years, the number of speaking students increased a fall whereas the data for German fluent students remained unchanged.
The table data clearly show that the number of students knowing at least one other
r mother tongue rose to 20% from 15%.
student were trilingual in the year 2010.
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