In the article written by Morrison, 2013, there is pointed out that in Switzerland is a strong sense of community among residents, and the population places a special emphasis on preserving history and culture. Swiss society is known to be an efficient and well-ordered society. In terms of living conditions, Switzerland is in the top, and also life expectancy and quality of life are increased. Switzerland is considered by the authors to be the multilingual country. The country is made up of 26 small administrative states, each with its own identity and culture. Morrison (2016), concluded that even so, Switzerland has managed to maintain its national identity, despite having had the four official languages spoken on its territory. The presence of the four languages means the presence of at least four ethnicities in Switzerland. The Swiss population lives in places known as cantons. Each canton has its official language, and these communities are encouraged to respect the traditional territorial distribution of languages, thus preserving harmony among the people of Switzerland and the cultural diversity of the nation. Political education follows the same trend being guided by the principle of linguistic territoriality in that the language of instruction is determined by the cantons. Public education is also based on using native language, but students are encouraged to learn other language, too. This explains that many Swiss speak more than one language. In recent years, there has been a growing tendency for English to be used more frequently than the other languages spoken in Switzerland. English is increasingly used in academia, administration, broadcast media, and large corporations (Morrison, 2013).