It seems strange but it is all true: Albanian citizens do not know their language. The finding comes from the Albanian language experts, who have shown how society is losing its linguistic culture.
Linguistics professor Aljula Jubani stated, for A2 CNN, that the Albanian is in a chaotic state.
"If you look at the linguistic texts of the students you will always notice more errors than in the past, and not just spelling."- said Jubani.
Furthermore, technology highlights even more these linguistic deficiencies of Albanian citizens. Not even politicians and legislators are an exception, since in their social profiles they publish captions with errors or they turn to their followers in daily jargon.
For years now, linguistic experts have requested a revision of language policies and the introduction of the Albanian language as a compulsory subject also in universities.
Rama: the Albanian language will be a compulsory subject
"It is a dramatic situation. ”- stated Prime Minister Edi Rama in relation to the relationship between Albanian citizens and their mother tongue.
The prime minister noticed all this especially during their protest last December, when their memes and their banners presented numerous errors. Also for this reason, a few days ago - in a meeting with the students of the faculty of geology - Edi Rama declared that the Albanian language will become a compulsory discipline in all the universities of the country.
The teachers and scholars of the Albanian language have openly supported the Prime Minister's proposal, stressing, however, that the entire linguistic program in the educational path must be revised.
Only and exclusively at the University of Tirana, for years, it is possible to choose the Albanian language as a subject of choice in six faculties. Its introduction as a compulsory subject will ensure that in the future the number of teachers, engineers, politicians and young people who do not know their language will fortunately be reduced.