Never used the English language in a single language in history. Asian users are mostly the same with the number of Indian speaking speakers: 350 million, more or less the United States, Britain and Canada.
The emergence of the Internet has increased English more than eighty percent of the world's electronically-retrieved information in English, and this widespread use of languages has increased the demand for English language courses. The British Council estimates today that over 1 billion people study English in work, studies and leisure. China strongly pushes English in its schools, more Chinese children learn English than second languages than British.
It is hardly considered as their language (19459004) since the vast majority of English users are non-native.
These peoples are native speakers of English who think they will soon become their language. English is a living language, and like any other language that evolves, changes and adapts to its environment and, in particular, to the cultural and historical background of speakers, often linked to the idioms and linguistic structures of the local language. The language usually does not change in English, but rather in different forms, often in dramatic changes in spelling, pronunciation, vocabulary and grammar.
Secondly, the fastlane of the Internet produces an even more interesting phenomenon, a widespread resource, as the web becomes a solid reference for spelling and grammar, on the contrary, we see English moving through the network or developing in a simpler form.
meet as if they were innocent spelling mistakes; blogs, newsletters, discussions and forums are full of them. At a closer look, some of these altered forms are consistent across the Internet, and in some cases, there are some simplifications, for example where they use the "there" or "mouth" or phonetic shifts naturally caused by the natural sounding sound like similar sounds: so the vibration and the sound sound the same and usually ruin _ant eg. is consistent or even the opposite is the pronoun of "it" or "own" possessor.
The result may be surprising, and it is quite disturbing for the Purists. If ever you have a common world language, you will not look or sound like English anymore. Current trends can result in a simplified grammar language chair phonetic writing and foreign words hungry kya ? An English and a Hindi mixture made for Domino pizza in India in the latest ad.
As a living language, the English de-evolution seems unstoppable, in a sense it is good health and massive use in today's world. Only dead languages do not change.
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