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How did Japanese become an international language?
July 13, 2009 6:24PM
The Japanese export alot of merchandise (cell phones, radios, computers etc. etc.) And Japanese media can be seen and heard alot outside of Japan. Because of their exports (But not thoroughly due to) they are tied in with just about every country, therefore making Japanese a language that is widely used. And besides this, many Japanese have moved from Japan to other countries, spreading the language around.