INTERNATIONAL LINK LANGUAGE
400 Million Native Speakers
700 Million Foreign Speakers
Official Language in 67 Countries
1/4 of the world’s population speaks at least some English
English is the most commonly used language among foreign language
speakers. Throughout the world, when people with different languages
come together they commonly use English to communicate.
We need political, economic and cultural link with the rest of the world.
English is the language of international politics.
It is the medium for all discussions in the UNO and Common wealth.
English is commonly spoken throughout much of the world due to Great Britian’s expansion during the
colonial age. People in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, parts of Africa, India, and many smaller island
nations speak English. English is the commonly adopted second language in Germany, Norway, Sweden,
Denmark and the Netherlands. Speaking English opens these countries and cultures up to you.
A new word is added to the dictionary every two hours.
About 4,000 words are added to the dictionary each year.
Students need to depend on libraries for their studies.
Modern information in any branch of knowledge is more easily available and
accessible mostly in English books or books translated in English.
English will serve as a library language for learners to understand the content of
Did you know that of all the world's languages (over 2,700) English is
arguably the richest in vocabulary; and that the Oxford English Dictionary
lists about 500,000 words, and there are a half-million technical and
scientific terms still uncatalogued?
English is the medium for 80% of the information stored in the world's computers. The
main language used throughout the world on the internet is English. The media that
make up the Internet are overwhelmingly American in origin, so it is no wonder that
the mother tongue of the Web is English. Four factors determine the degree to which
given language finds use on the Internet:
By the usage of English as a library language our
reading & communication skills can be developed.
WINDOW ON THE WORLD
1400 Years Old
English is spoken by all pilots to identify themselves on flights, regardless of where they are from
English is based on an alphabet and, compared to Chinese, it can be
learned fairly quickly.
English has spread over the length and breadth of the globe that the sun
never sets over its linguistic empire.
Now for the East, English is a window to the west for the west.it is a window
English is a language which is rich in literature humanistic, scientific and technical.
English is also the language of the Film Industry and English means you no longer have to rely on
subtitles. Five of the largest broadcasting companies in the world (CBS, NBC, ABC, BBC and CBC)
transmit in English, reaching millions and millions of people all over the world.
LANGUAGE FOR EMPLOYMENT & COMMERCE
learning English improves employability, to join our examples in tourism and multinational companies.
Why learn English when it is so difficult? Well, knowing English will make you bilingual and
more employable in every country in the world.
In the United States, speaking English immediately opens up opportunities regardless of
your ethnicity, color, or background.
English speakers in the United States earn more money than non-English
speakers. Learning English will open your job prospects and increase your
standard of living.
English is a language of international commerce.
Export and import procedures are made in English.
LANGUAGE FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
Over 80% of the information stored on computers worldwide is in English.
Despite China, the United States is still a leader in technical innovation and
economic development. English is used in the United States and in each of
Another reason why English is so important is that it is the language of
science. To excel in science you need to know English. More than half of the
world's technical and scientific periodicals are in English
What are you interested in? Is it science? Music? Computers? Health? Business? Sports?
Today's media — such as the Internet, television, and the press — give you almost
unlimited access to knowledge about your favorite subjects. After all, we live in the
information age, don't we?
There's only one problem. Most of this knowledge is in English.