Language shapes the way we think, and determines what we can think about. – Benjamin Lee Whorf
What We Provide
Spanish Spanish is the second most commonly spoken language in the world after Chinese and is the native language of 322 million to 400 million people worldwide. It is also the second most commonly spoken language in the United States after English. Indeed, the United States is home to more than 40 million Hispanics, and is the fifth largest Spanish-speaking community in the world, after Mexico, Spain, Colombia and Argentina. The importance of having the ability to communicate in Spanish is ever increasing.
Mandarin Chinese is the number one spoken language in the world. Indeed, there are roughly 882 million people in the world who claim Mandarin as their native or primary language according to the CIA Fact Book, and this number is exponentially growing. Mandarin is spoken throughout most of northern and southwestern China, in Singapore, in Malaysia, in Sydney, Australia and along the West Coast of the United States — particularly in California. In light of the trade relationship between the United States and China and the strengthening position of China in the global economy, the ability to speak Mandarin is increasing in importance and value.