English is universal language. It is the world’s second native language, the formal language in 70 countries, and English-speaking countries are accountable for about 40% of world’s total GNP. English can be used everywhere with educated people around the world.
English is a global language and proficiency in it is a must to succeed in a globalized world. British brought with them their language English to India and its global Nature has made it the lingua franca of India- a country with diverse regional Languages.
English as a global language Second edition DavidCrystal,worldauthorityontheEnglishlanguage,presentsalively andfactualaccountoftheriseofEnglishasagloballanguageandex-.As can be seen in more detail in the section on English Today, on almost any basis, English is the nearest thing there has ever been to a global language. Its worldwide reach is much greater than anything achieved historically by Latin or French, and there has never been a language as widely spoken as English.English as a global language People often talk about English as a global language or lingua franca. With more than 350 million people around the world speaking English as a first language and more than 430 million speaking it as a second language, there are English speakers in most countries around the world.
Hence it is proved that language plays a important role in different walks of life. 1.1.2 Importance of English: English has been the considered to be the first global Lingua Franca. In today’s modern world the English language has become part and parcel of every existing field.Read More
The English language is an important language of the world it is the mother tongue of two advanced countries of the world America and Great Britain. It is being spoken by half of the population of the world at present. Now it has gained the status of international language. It has become lingua France of the people of the world. It is no longer.Read More
Importance of English language. It would not be exaggeration to say that English today has the same importance in the world as Latin had at the times of Roman Empire and Medieval times.Surely, unlike Latin that was forcefully taught by the Romans and was a sign of a citizen with human rights and basic privileges, learning English now is fully a person’s choice.Read More
English is a West Germanic language that was first spoken in early medieval England and eventually became a global lingua franca. It is named after the Angles, one of the ancient Germanic peoples that migrated to the area of Great Britain that later took their name, England.Read More
English is an important language, because it is the linga franca of the world. Since there are so many languages of the world and on account of this, there can be communication problems, it is.Read More
English as a Universal Language. by Carlos Carrion Torres - Vitoria ES - Brazil English is without a doubt the actual universal language. It is the world's second largest native language, the official language in 70 countries, and English-speaking countries are responsible for about 40% of world's total GNP.Read More
English language plays a significant role in everyone's life. The English language is among the leading languages in terms of usage all over the world. The usage of English has become common in all sectors like Education, Medical, Media, and Busin.Read More
There should not be a global language because there would be no cultural diversity if we all spoke the same language. No new ideas would be thought of and life would be very boring. Imagine you and your family want to go out to eat and you go to an Indian restaurant and all the food choices are the same as something you can get at a normal restaurant.Read More
Yep, I can say English is a global language and it's spoken by a wide range of people. If you know English, then you can travel all over the world that's absolutely true from my point of view. Persionally, I give the second preference for Spanish because it's the most common spoken language in Latin America and even I love to speak in Spanish and English too.Read More
In October 1920 I went to Leeds as Reader in English Language, with a free commission to develop the linguistic side of a large and growing School of English Studies, in which no regular provision had as yet been made for the linguistic specialist.Read More