Ni Hao! Hola! Howdy! Aloha! Alternatively, maybe a simple Hello will do. There are so many ways to express ourselves, and in so many languages, most of which are unfamiliar or even unknown to us, until now. Coming the United States will leave its mark on you in many ways, and the beautiful diversity of the country will be one of them. There are close to 7,000 languages spoken in the world, and the US is home to the largest immigrant population in the world, do you see where this is headed? It is time to try something new.
The United States of America has no official language, though for the most part you’ll hear and speak English more than any other. That, however, depends on where you find yourself in the US. The myriad of cultures that converge in the US means that you will be faced with the native of another country, an immigrant just like yourself, very soon.
Having a few words or mastering a new language altogether is not such a bad way to buy into the culture of the country or endearing yourself to another culture. Spanish and Chinese follow close behind English as the most spoken languages in the US, and being able to nail the basics of these languages could make all the difference for you in ways you hardly expected. Luckily for you, iMiMatch conveniently gathers the immigrant population on one user-friendly platform, which makes it easy for you to meet and connect with people of different tongues or similar to yours, and get started on being part of the American culture.
Diversity is and has always been a big weapon in the fight against the plagues of racism, nationalism, and xenophobia, in the US and all over the world. What better way to honor and contribute to that, by immersing yourself in a new culture? iMimatch allows you to do just that, by connecting you to millions of expatriates from other countries and cultures, in the US.