it's pretty much a requirement to live in this country to know at least some sort of English. Seeing as they're a boarder state though, you'd think they carry translators on them so they can translate / communicate with each other.
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WEll... They passed the driving test both written and road. As fas as I know the written is in English only.(if the written is in spanish then we can't have a reasonable expectation of them speaking or reading English now can we?)
While I agree you should be able to understand and read English to the limit of the task at hand. Like stop, pedXing, Yield,Speed limit 55, etc.. Speaking english isnt really a requirment.
I grew up in the Restaurant Industry and it was funny how many guys didn't habla Englese until I said.. "You understand no check on Friday?" Oh yes I now understand English Chef. But I too adapted and speak Spanish well enoguh to get my job done which was getting them to do thiers.
EDIT.. My grandparents were from Italy, Straight off the boat and never spoke a word of English till the day they died. However I don't really speak Italian either although if Grandma yelled at me I knew exactly what she was saying..