Incredibly, in the United States the study and knowledge of languages other than American English is not promoted, nor is it part of the curricula of the pre-university education system.

I have found that in private academies, for example, in Florida, even a language of civilization and culture is underestimated as Spanish is undoubtedly, and it is treated as a sublanguage. Students of Hispanic and Latino origin speak only a kind of Hispanic dialect, without knowing the rules of the Cervantes language.

This is where our work begins as defenders of the Romance Languages; which are those languages which emerged from derivatives of Latin, the official language of the Roman Empire.