The chart below show the proportions of british students at one university in england who were able to speak other languages in addition to english in 2000 and 2010 . Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant
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The pie chart depicts the average ratio of British students at the university in England who can speak other languages
in additionto English in the years 2000 and 2010. Here is some data analysis by accumulating all the necessary information and relevant contrast is made.
Overall, the percentage of students who could speak
Spanishin 2000 wear on the higher side,
speakersin 2010 rose.
On the other hand, Germans
speakersand bilinguals were both at the same and the lowest probability in the early year and
on the contraryfrench and german remained at the same average in the later year.
According tothe given data in,
2000there was 30 per
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Spanishtongues in the university, 20 per
speakersand 15 per
centof both french and another language. The lowest on the chart still remained the bilingual and germans ,
Furthermorein ,2010 there is a slight shift in
Spanishlingos, bilingual and other linguistics of 5 per
centfrom the previous years,
speakersboth are at the same ratio of 10 per
cent. There can be seen the multilingual community at University in England.
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