Multilingualism has a big effect on culture and social relationships. It can lead to a culture clash or it can lead to creating better social relationships. I remember watching many movies that related to multilingualism. In a lot of them, there is always a culture clash between people that speak different languages and come from different cultures. A specific movie that comes to my mind is My Big Fat Greek Wedding. I remember watching it with my mom and relating to it. At the time, my family and I had recently moved from Albania to America. When I watched the culture clash between the families of the bride with that of the groom, I thought about multilingualism and myself. Although I have seen culture clashes and may have experienced some myself, I think multilingualism can definitely enhance social relationships in a lot of cases. Being able to speak multiple languages can help a person connect with others that speak the same language. Multilingual people might find it easier to adapt to other cultures. In the movie, the parents had a hard time connecting with other people from a different culture, while the daughter who had access to both worlds, the Greek and the American, felt comfortable in both environments. The same thing happens to me personally. I like being in Albanian and American environments. Also knowing multiple languages has helped me adapt to other cultures and create stronger relationships with my friends that come from different backgrounds.