Solution:● The most significant aspect of life in Brussels and Belgium is language. All roadside signs and documents in the Belgian capital's official bilingualism are written in both Dutch and French.
● Currently, 80 percent of people in Brussels regard French to be their first language and speak it fluently. Nearly one-third of the population speaks English as a second language, and many immigrants also speak other languages.
● The significance of the French language extends beyond its native speakers in Brussels. Another important language used for worldwide communication is French.
● It is also the third most essential language for business after English and Spanish. It is the second most extensively taught language after English and Chinese is taught on every continent.