The EU wants Europeans to be trilingual

March 25, 2014

WBEZ

(Flickr/matiasops)
A sign outside the European Parliament headquarters displays the 28 official languages of the European Union.

The European Union, in 2005, set a goal to “increase individual multilingualism until every citizen has practical skills in at least two languages in addition to his or her mother tongue.” We'll look at the E.U.'s progress.