As brevity is the soul of wit, I will be brief. Yes. Some grammatical forms have changed and some of the vocabulary is different. But "Elizabethan English" is essentially "modern English." Some people disagree on the grounds that "no one speaks the way that Shakespeare wrote." But they would find, on close examination, that although much of what he wrote was poetry, and some of what he wrote had the older grammatical forms that we no longer use, the language is modern -- sometimes elevated when it is out of the mouths of nobility -- but modern nonetheless.
Think Shakespearean English.
Some people speak English in Indonesia. Though sometimes their English isn't perfect, there are some there who can speak it really well.
What really accounts for differences in accent among people who speak English is their mother tongue differences, and environmental influences.
Study really hard! You can also listen to a lot of English from people and movies. The more you hear people speak the more you learn it.
There's really no such thing as one standard of "correct English" for all countries. Each country and state has its own standards for language.The people of India speak perfect Indian English.The people of Australia speak perfect Australian EnglishThe people of North America speak perfect American English.
Elizabethan English is also called Early Modern English because it is Modern English, the same as we speak and write nowadays. "We" in Modern English is "we", and never anything else. See Claudius's line in Hamlet, "We have done but greenly and huggermugger to inter him."
They are not really. No one can really get anywhere without maths but millions (if not billions) of people do not speak English and their lives are not compromised by that.
People who are American speak American English and people who are British speak British English.
¿No hablas mucho inglés, no? = You don't speak much English, right? Verdaderamente no hablo ingles = I really don't speak English
there is about 63.7% of people speak English in japan
about 14% of the people in Panama speak English
Yes they do speak English-dutch
mostly people that live in cities that are in Ecuador speak English like 75% people noe how to write and speak English
Find books or scripture from that time and have a look.
the 5% speak english
People who live in Canada speak English or French.
people speak English in Wyoming.
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Not many people in Ukraine speak English. Ukrainian is the official language and many people speak Russian.
People who are born in a country where English is spoken, like England and the United States, knows how to speak English. Also, People who have English as a second language know how to speak English.
They don't really speak English in Chile but they may speak Spanish. My overall percentage for speaking English in Chile is about 10%.
As of 2011, there are about 315,000,000 people in the US. And 305,000,000 of them speak English.
From experience, I find that most people in Montreal can speak some English.
Yes, people in La Push do speak English. It's part of Washington state, and while there are some people who do speak Quileute, most of them speak English as well.