foreign language speakers in an the school
The pie charts illustrate the proportions of British students at one university whether they can speak other languages besides English.One reveals the proportion of 2000 while the other provides the data in 2010
It is clear that the proportion of Spanish only was the most dominant group which increased from 30% to 35% in 2010.While the percentage of no other language dropped from20% in 2000 to 10% which lost the second primary group in 2000.
More specifically ,the proportion of two other languages tended to slightly rise from 10% to 15%. On the contrary, the percentage of French only declined less significantly to 10%,which was as much as the proportion of no other language. Additionally, the increase of another language was less marked which rose to 20% as the second dominant group in 2010.
Interestingly, the percentage of German only remained stable in 2000 and 2010 which was as much as the proportion of French only and no other language.
Overview, the group speaking Spanish only always dominated a large proportion of British students, and the proportion of another language was approximately less half than those speaking Spanish.while the total of other groups namely speaking French only,German only, no other language or two other dominated almost half of British students.