Sweet sentiment, but that’s neither the question he asked nor the answer he sought.
This kind of answer insults those who have taken the time and effort, out of love of God, to learn other languages so that laypeople like us can benefit from their efforts. If not for people like those, we will have no Bibles in English. Language studies is not a worthless endeavour, and this notion of “no need for another language” is an erroneous one.
An Evangelical pastor told me once, correctly, that reading the New Testament in English is like watching TV in black-and-white. You get the message, but not in its fullness. Reading it in Greek (or the Old Testament in Hebrew) is like viewing the same show, but in full colour.