Although the research I have done generally pointed toward a positive perspective of multilingualism, different nations and cultures may not have the same view on multilingualism. In a nation where the population has not been fully diversified and globalized yet, the citizens may be reserved to accepting another language to the culture. Thus, in further research, one may pursue to find and compare the degree to which the acceptance of multilingualism differs in different cultures, nations, countries, and even tribes. To examine this extension, one may begin by comparing the perception of multilingualism between the Western civilizations and the non-Western civilizations, and then divide into smaller and smaller cultural groups in order to examine their nationalist ideals. Exploring this topic of research will help people understand that multilingualism is not necessarily desirable everywhere in the world, and there can be a different degree to accepting multilingualism.