A Study of the History of the English Language, Globalization, and the Language of Wider Communication
Olsen, Nisse A.
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This investigation will present first, an all-encompassing view of the evolution and characteristics of the English language; second, a discussion the elements of, proponents for, and opposition to globalization; third, a consideration of the English language a LWC and a key to success; fourth, a review of the overall importance of language and communication specific to nations and the world in general; finally, a proposal of the next possible step in the evolution of the English language.
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