some British students are multilingual
The pie charts demonstrate the information on the proportion of UK student who able to speak other languages which included no other language, French, German, Spanish, other language and two other languages than English in 2000 and 2010.
Overall, a high percentage of British students was able to speak Spanish only in both years; whereas, German language user was only a few proportion contained in the graph in 2000 and 2010.
Based on the information provided in the graph, the most British students can only speak Spanish which reached 30%; also 20% of that can only use English for communication. Totally 30% of students can use French only and another language which was not included English, French, German and Spanish. Moreover, 10% of students were better to use German; another 10% students could use two other languages.
On the contrary, the proportion of information had charged in 2010. The number of Spanish language users increased which reached from 30% in 2000 to 35% in 2010. Another language students were increased 5% to 20 in 2010 which had a similar situation to students who can speak two other languages. English and Spanish students had significantly declined to 10% respectively. Also, students who only spoke German had to remain steadily in 2010.