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    1. English is the world's most important language; but how did it reach the status that it now enjoys?

      • A short history of the English language. ► You are here
      • English is the world's leading international language. It is the principal language spoken in Britain, the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and some other countries such as Uganda and Botswana.

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    2. English language | Origin, History, & Characteristics | Britannica.com

      • English originated in England and is the dominant language of the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, Ireland, New Zealand, and various island nations in the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean.

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    3. English language

      • Countries where English is an official or de facto official language, or national language, and is spoken natively by the majority of the population.

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    4. Language differences - The English language

      • English is the language of international business and politics, and by far the most commonly-learned second language. Alphabet: The English alphabet consists of 26 Roman letters. There are no diacritics such as the umlaut in German or the circumflex in French.

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    5. articles - 'The' English language or just English language - English Language Learners Stack Exchange

      Yes, “the English Language” refers to the tongue spoken by billions all over the world and I now think that more importantly “the English Language” refers to the tongue as a particular example of the concept of language in the abstract, while without the article...

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    6. A guide to forecasting the popularity of the English language in the 21st century

      • The last section summarises implications for the English language and outlines ways in which we might reach a better understanding of the status which English will hold in the 21st century...

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    7. What are the origins of the English Language? | Merriam-Webster

      • Later, as English came into contact with other cultures around the world and distinctive dialects of English developed in the many areas which Britain had colonized, numerous other languages made small but interesting contributions to our word-stock.

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    8. English language - Wikipedia

      English is a West Germanic language that was first spoken in early medieval England and is now a global lingua franca. Named after the Angles, one of the Germanic tribes that migrated to England, it ultimately derives its name from the Anglia (Angeln) peninsula in the Baltic Sea.

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    9. "the English language" or "English language" | WordReference Forums | Any difference between these two expressions?

      • Where Did the English language come from? and Why English language is very important? How can I distinguish them?
      • So, yes, but it's not country + language (English isn't a country), but adjective + language.

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    10. "Use" versus "Usage" | English Language Blog

      • I started teaching English as a second language in 2005 after completing a Master's in Applied Linguists and a Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults' (CELTA).

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