I disagree with the idea that we [speak, or use] English as the only official language in Japan for two reasons.
The first reason is that Japanese people [are] not good at using English. I have never seen Japanese people talk [to] each other in English and[, in addition,] have few friends who can speak English. Thus[,] [the realization] of this policy is [almost] impossible in my opinion.
The second [one] is that the policy is meaningless. [I]t seems to be [safe] that we [speak, or use] Japanese language as the only official language in Japanese society. [s]ome foreign companies are success[ful] to [use] English as the only official language in only their companies.
The policy [does] not adjust to Japanese people for these reasons mentioned above. Therefore I disagree with the idea that we [speak, or use] English as the only official language in Japan.
idea なんでしょうか? policyなんでしょうか? ここ非常に大きなポイントです
diasgree with の他に、oppose, object to, be against も使えます
policyは、特にこの作文においては proposal 「提案」だと思いますね
deal with は正直よくわかりませんでした
speak もしくは useにすべきと思います
impossible or nearly impossible は少し感じがしたので、almost impossible としました
2番目の理由での、I think はいらない
理由をきっちり述べる文に I think はおかしいです
give English a legal statusだと「公用語に定める」ですが
このライティングにおいては、「唯一の公用語とする」ということなので、the enactment of only-English legislation とか、the enactment of exclusive use of English とかきっちり表現すべきと思いますね
I oppose the proposal of language policy by the Japanese government that English be used exclusively as an official language in Japan.
The first reason is that Japanese people rarely use English. Basically, the language circumstances in Japan do not require the use of English. In fact, I have rarely seen Japanese people use English in daily life, and I, myself, have never been in need of the language. Thus, the proposal will not work properly in Japan.
The second is that the proposal is meaningless. It is true that some foreign invested companies have succeeded in the use of English on business, but it is only limited in the sphere of their own companies. It is, thus, doubtful that English is actually in need.
For those reasons, I oppose the proposal of the exclusive use of English in Japan as an official language.