3 edition of future of the English-speaking world. found in the catalog.
future of the English-speaking world.
Nicolson, Harold George Sir
|Series||W. P. Ker memorial lecture,, 9, Glasgow University publications,, 77|
|LC Classifications||D446 .N47|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||29|
|LC Control Number||50000799|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Nicolson, Harold, Future of the English-speaking world. Glasgow, Jackson, (OCoLC) achieves genuine world status. (Crystal,p. ) The likelihood, as this book demonstrates, is that the future for English will be a complex and plural one.
The language will grow in usage and variety, yet simulta-neously diminish in relative global importance. We may ﬁnd the hegemony of English replaced by future of the English-speaking world.
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Of the world’s 6, living languages, around half are expected to the out by the end of this century, according to UNESCO. Just 11 are spoken by more than half of the earth’s population, so it is little wonder that those used by only a few are being left behind as we become a.
A major reason of the future of English could be a global language is that the trend of speaking English will continue going on. First of all, all the people from different non-native-English countries know that learning English at a very early age is very important because they think English could be a.
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The Anglosphere is nebulous. It stretches from the Atlantic to the Indian and Pacific Oceans, and includes those countries—Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States—that share Anglo-Saxon political community represents six percent of the world’s population, a quarter of global GDP, and 40 percent of total military spending.
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The term Anglosphere was first coined, but not explicitly defined, by the science fiction writer Neal Stephenson in his book The Diamond Age, published in John Lloyd adopted the term in and defined it as including English-speaking countries like the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, South Africa, and the British West Indies.
This book reflects on the future of the English language as used by native speakers, speakers of nativized New Englishes, and users of English as a lingua franca (ELF). The volume begins by outlining the current position of English in the world and accounts for the differences among native and nativized varieties and ELF usages.
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