The line chart illustrates the numbers of children picking between french and Mandarin when they were 13 during the period from 2000 to present.
It is obvious that the was a significant increase in amount of students taking Mandarin. However, french is still the most popular language options.
According to the data, there was a dominance in the number of 150 students taking french class in 2000, in comparison with just nearly 10 students taking Mandarin. The figure increased dramatically for Mandarin and reached a peak at 75 students in 2005. In constrast, the number of students who took french also deceased considerable and remained about 85 students in 2005.
Since 2005, the trends have not changed much. French class gained some popularity in 2006, but has maintained farly stable since then at about 90 students. There was also a drop in the number of students taking Mandarin and then fluctuated, before it returned to 75