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England was at one time ruler of a large portion of the world. In these areas you had to speak some English to be able to have any dealings with the government. There was no allowance for mother tongues and indigenous languages in those days. This gave a large number of English speakers spread over the globe, in Australia, India, Canada, South Africa and parts of the far east, as well as in the USA.
The fact that the USA was English-speaking meant that when the mass media came into existence much broadcasting was in English. English speakers also dominated the development of mass transport. This is still a powerful motivation to learn English - Pop Music, Hollywood films, US TV series etc are all in English. Most pilots and ships captains use English, and much of the internet. There is no opposite pressure on English speakers to learn other languages.AgreedI'd just add that most of the countries where English is spoken as the native language are also propserous and engage heavily in internstational trade.
Being a native speaker of English can be very isolating.
English language is the most important language in the world because its very easy and have a very nice sounds I think that in the future it will be the language of all schools in the world
English is called by some a universal language. That is an exaggeration, but English is so widely understood that it is nearly a universal language.
English is so widely spoken that many native speakers of English do not see the point of learning a foreign language ... That is very isolating.
There is not only 1 language but there are many other more languages so the question should be what ARE the languages spoken in Alaska. Or what is the the language the is widely spoken in Alaska.The widely spoken language in Alaska is English.
In order to communicate effectively, one needs a language that is widely understood and is common. Over the years, English has become that sort of language. It is the language most commonly used and understood by almost everyone. So it is easier to communicate in English as it is the best way to express ourselves.In the present age, it has become even more of a medium of communication because it is the language of the Internet and the computer. And as most of the communication these days involves computers and internet, so it is even more widely used.
In order to communicate effectively, one needs a language that is widely understood and is common. Over the years, English has become that sort of language. It is the language most commonly used and understood by almost everyone. So it is easier to communicate in English as it is the best way to express ourselves. In the present age, it has become even more of a medium of communication because it is the language of the Internet and the computer. And as most of the communication these days involves computers and internet, so it is even more widely used.
The second most common language is Spanish (2017).
gobal data is widely used so that it misuse.........
The term sahadan is in the middle eastern language. It means a certain type of hat in this language and is very widely used in such a language. It is not so much used here.
The official language of Belize (formerly British Honduras) is English, although Spanish is as widely spoken, if not more so.
Though Mandarin Chinese is spoken by a greater number of people, English is spoken over a wider area of the world. English is also the lingua franca of both the European Union and the Internet.However, contrary to popular belief, Spanish is the language with the second amount of people speaking it after Mandarin Chinese; English is third.ok so the language most commonly used is englishjessie62599
At the moment C++ is the best programing language to learn because it is so widely used on all platforms today.
Spanish. English is widely spoken, specially close to tourist spots.Cancun is in Mexico, so the language spoken there is Spanish
the most widely spoken language is english so that is good to learn if you don't know it already. spanish is also a good language to learn because it is common and the most people on earth speak chinese so that is also good.
English has become a widely-used and almost universally known language. Not everyone speaks it perfectly, but because of the British empire, countries all over the world were exposed to English; thus, while people in England and America and Canada speak it, so do people in India, Ghana, South Africa, and many other places. To this day, English is the language used by pilots and air-traffic controllers all over the world, and it is also an important language for business, research, and science.
English "To The above answer... I'm not so sure about that... A few examples of languages other than English that use idioms, below: German, Mandarin (even the characters used in the language are used idiomatically to refer to general concepts), French, Spanish, Hindi, Portuguese, Russian, and Japanese. But the question is of the percentage of idioms within a language. Yes, I know that English is a widely spoken language and does its share of idioms, but this doesn't necessarily mean that it has the larger percentage of idioms within the given tongue than another language...." Chado2423
English is a very useful language to know, because it is widely spoken all over the world as a first or second language, and because of many great works of art, in the form of books, movies, songs, etc., that exist in English, however, if you would rather speak another language at home, there is no reason not to do so. If you are trying to learn English then of course, any practice that you get will help you with that process. Perhaps you can speak another language at home but also read English language books.
There are 1000+/- languages in Nigeria. So, English, or a form of it, is used as the official language and general lingua franca.
It's not so much that English is a great language, but more of the fact that the English was the last great empire of the world before the world was divided more into countries than empires. Had the English not beat Napolean, we could very well all be speaking French at this very moment because they would have been the last empire to rule. This is why English is used so widely today. As you can guess, a lot of people in foreign countries do not even want to be required to learn English. It just comes from history.
Because English is so widely spoken and it is often referred to as a "world language". It is the official language for aeronautical and maritime communications. English is one of the official languages of the United Nations and many other international organisations, including the International Olympic Committee.
The English language is used as a kind of "universal language" now in many countries, so it is very important to learn to speak it properly if you want to communicate with others.
English is the most widely spoken language in the world ... If you can speck English you can ask for more of a pay at your work place because more English specking people travel then non specking people ... so you can intrepid more ... It is also never a bad idea to learn another language ...
Mainly English and Spanish, but I've seen people who speak French, Mandarin, and Russian too. But I used to live there and I speak Deutsch, so it really all depends on where you are
It's actually a myth that the United States once was close to voting German as its official language; the United States does not now, nor has it ever, had an official language. English is used as the de facto official language, but there is in fact no legally official language in the United States. Several states have official languages. Louisiana has English and French; New Mexico has English and Spanish; Hawai'i has English and Hawai'ian; etc. If, theoretically, German or any other language were voted as the official language, in all likelihood there would be little change to how things are done already because English is so widely spoken.
The translation for, "Good morning" in the Jamaican Patois language is: " Gud mawnin."Patois is pronounced Patwa. Patois is English-based, and heavily influenced by the Akan languages from West Africa. Although English is the official language of Jamaica, Patois is the country's cultural language. It is a widely spoken language with attitude, lots of fun to speak.