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Roving Reporter

Roving Reporter

What languages do you study and why?

Thai Long

I study English because it is the international language and French because I am

a student at the medical faculty.

Moa Reasey

I wish to be a doctor so I have no choice, I have to study French. When my French

is good then I will start to study English.

Leng Vidol

English, because almost everywhere in Phnom Penh they need people who are able to

use the English language.

Mean Larkhena

I have studied French and English for three years. I think I should learn at least

one, it would be better than nothing.

Vong Navoy

I want to be a pharmacist and all the texts are written in French so that is why

I need to study French.

Phan Vichet

Nowadays, English is very popular in Cambodia, in the world and it is helpful when

you apply for a job.

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