Find your answer here:
They can mess us communication and integration! I apologize for the language but the essence holds true:
Read about the battle of the sciences to have the right answer in “The Bitter Fight Over the Benefits of Bilingualism” at http://www.theatlantic.com/science/archive/2016/02/the-battle-over-bilingualism/462114/
The educated people at Home Snacks made a map of the United States comparing each state with a foreign country that is said to have similar education levels, using the United Nations Development Program index.Understanding this map will take knowledge of both United States and world geography, which means you’ll be most likely to get it if you live in the Northeast.
Are you surprised?
Do a quick check on this chart and decide for yourself: