Did you know that over a billion people worldwide speak English? According to David Graddol's "English Next" language lesson, "… two billion people [will] talk or study English in a decade." 
English everywhere. The Economist says: "[English] is the language of globalization – international business, politics … The language of computers and the Internet … this is the dominant international language for communication, science, aviation, entertainment, radio and diplomacy … "
" English is an important tool for working on the world stage, "says John Whitehead, director of the British Council. In some areas, lessons and lessons, the understanding of English and English is compulsory. In fact, English is so widespread, the modern era is called "lingua franca" .
However, in addition to the millions of native speakers working on the global market, is there ESL (English-speaking second speaker)? ESL students are happy to see you. As the Graddol report shows, the spread of English … will cause serious economic and political disadvantages in the future … A future in which single-language English graduates are faced with sad economic prospects as well-trained multilingual young people are competitive  Given that thanks to the acknowledged reputation around the globe, largely due to globalized power relations, companies and governments that use well-trained, non-native speakers for their international business communication needs are obviously beneficial to the inclusion of non-native speakers of English in multilingual talents.
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