The charts below show the proportions of British students at one university in England who were able to speak other languages in addition English, in 2000 and 2010.
Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparison where relevant.
foreign language knowledge in the uk
Given are two pie charts illustrating how different languages are spoken by British students in a decade. Overall, one particularly interesting fact is that Spanish is the most popular language during this period.
It is obvious that Spanish gain at least 10% more than other languages, constituting 30% in 2000. English speakers (20%) were secondary, there was a bit difference with Spanish, by 10%. In addition, the proportion of French and another language gain half lower than Spanish speakers. Nonetheless, German speakers and dual-language speakers merely had one-ninths of overall British students.
After ten years, most of the item had changed except for German speakers, the proportion of German speakers retained 10%. In 2010, Spanish speakers increased to 35% while another language speakers grew up to 20%, both of these two language speakers had 5% growth. In contrast, French speakers and English speakers decreased in 2010, the former slightly fallen to 10% and so did the latter. It is noteworthy that dual-language speakers rose to 15%, this phenomenon could be connected with the decrease of French and English speakers. It is clear that English speakers learned French, meanwhile, the French speakers learned English in a decade.
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