C2 in Spanish... (other people)

I only know three or four people on here (with C2 in Spanish) and lots of people have C2 in English.

(And I haven't saw anyone with C2 in Russian).

What's the reason behind this? (apart from English is the more international language).


May 2, 2014 7:09 PM
Comments · 5

Entiendo lo que quieres decir, pero insisto que si fueras español o italiano querrías inglés como una aracca quiere cosas brillantes. 


La cosa buena es que puedes encontrar mucha gente que quiere aprender el inglés y así puedes aprender otras lenguas. Yo he podido viajar y vivir en otros países como maestro de inglés y al mismo tiempo he aprendido las lenguas de esos países ;)

May 2, 2014

Most people started to learn English early.

May 2, 2014

More people seem to learn English than Spanish. ;P 

May 2, 2014

Odio mi lengua materna, Bianca. Entiendo lo que quieres decir. Que tengas un buen día. Saludos. 

May 2, 2014

Hello :)) I think it's just pure chance. Here on italki there are few people and the majority are interested in learning English because without it is hard to have a job for example. Other languages like Russian or Spanish are less important to ''survive'' the day-to-day. And, to me, Russian is quite difficult when it comes to letters or pronunciation. Where I live is almost necessary to have a B1 or B2 in English because without it, it's hard to get a acceptable degree. World is changing and with it priorities. And people are varied. But you know, the more the better.

Have a good day :))

May 2, 2014