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LEARN A NEW LANGUAGE IN DETROIT
Detroit, the largest city in the state of Michigan, was settled in 1701 by French colonists. From the early French and English settlers in the 18th century, through the Irish who settled in the Corktown neighborhood in the 1840s, and the Germans who comprised the largest group, Detroit has long been a city of immigrants. Detroit is one of the largest manufacturing cities in the U.S. and is the center of the automobile manufacturing industry. The health and medical care sector is important to the economy, and employment in the finance, insurance, and real-estate industries has inched up in the Detroit metropolitan area since the early 1990s. The development of the automobile industry did more than create a significant increase in Detroit’s industrial production. It also changed the demographics of the city by attracting large waves of immigrants from Europe and Canada. These people, who increased the city’s population during the early 1900s, did not just affect the expanding automobile industry; they also transformed neighborhoods by defining certain areas and bringing jobs and money into the local community. With industries still maintaining an importance to the city, immigration continues to play a role in the region’s projected growth with the population of Detroit estimated to be 6,191,000 by 2025.Learning a new language in this city is a great way to continue Detroit’s traditions of bringing people together!