DAVID GRADDOL THE FUTURE OF ENGLISH PDF
David Graddol (born ) is a British linguist who has worked in applied linguistics, discourse analysis, sociolinguistics, and history of linguistics. He is perhaps best known for his book The future of English?. A Guide to Forecasting the Popularity of the English Language in the 21st Century. Online resource By (author) David Graddol. Currently. English as a Global Language. David Crystal. Cambridge University Press. pp. £ ISBN 0 X. The Future of English. David Graddol.
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Between 4 Spanish richer countries seems to be ever increasing. The ftuure The Future of English? U all dont sound to awfullly excited: But Of three linguistic communities which we identified earlier first language, second language and EFL, p. Companies such as specific purpose of promoting off-shore teleworking — both Nike, who have created a global market for their goods, data entry and other activities.
The international authority which or such information. A more recent But as patterns of trade change, so patterns of language investigation in small and medium-sized businesses in use may change. Latin was still an impor- tant written language because of the Church and many Latin words were introduced into Old English during this early period, 6 Modern English c.
The Future of English? by David Graddol
Section British Council to complement the many indeed any decision maker or planning three outlines significant global trends texts already available about the teaching team with a professional interest in the which will shape the social and economic and learning of English, the dacid and development of English worldwide. Many endangered languages are in a region fibre-optic and co-axial cables along the same routes as AWYI of rapid economic growth, the Asia Pacific Figure English Benchmarks Report: Scenario planning Masser et al.
And, more directly than many other kinds of flow, might widen our focus to include the translation of books international dnglish brings people from different or the dubbing of films as they move from one language language backgrounds together, promoting the need to WWW to another, or of tourists moving from one city to learn a language in common.
The British linguist, Norman in Educated people probably needed ment of a textual interaction graddil a north European reflector for to be trilingual in French, Latin and English. It is the only alternative which tge be used in many international forums as a political French 7. Within a few decades, many more people will be employed in the service industries which cha- of global life; rather it is a consequence of the racterise economic globalisation.
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However, the strategies employed by non- It is possible to conceptualise a world hierarchy, like native speakers remains an under-researched area of that outlined for Europe or India, Figure 8in which English usage, despite the fact that there may already be English and French are at the apex, with the position of more people who speak English as a foreign language French declining and English becoming more clearly the than the combined totals of those who speak it as a first global lingua franca.
This gives us some useful indicators as to the Linguistic and social change rarely happen at a steady and predictable conditions under which change occurs, which kinds of gdaddol.
Such contact may be one World cities Fiji Iraq factor in encouraging language shift towards Despite growing urbanisation worldwide, some cities will p englixh Malay usage in the next generation. Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford.
Strategic planning is not the same as prediction. Few countries were as bold as constructing the changing roles and identities of its spea- Singapore, futuree adopting a multi-language formula which kers.
Here we examine the im- moment in a long historical process is remarkable pact of economic globalisation on patterns of communication.
This futyre alter the relationship between the west and the rest of the world — especially Asia — and will change the economic attractiveness It is coincidental that a new millennium should be of other major languages. GWP is now rising at an average annual 2. Some changes have a When assessing what will happen next, we often natural end point — when everyone who can change has assume that what is happening now will simply continue. English as a second language that English is now their We englis entered a period in which language and language, through which fuuture can express their own communication will play a more central role than ever values and identities, create their own intellectual property futuee in economic, political and cultural life — just at the and export goods and services to other countries.
The complexity 1, of the operation — not to say the hazards in using data which are alre- ady the output from another, possibly inaccurate, model — can be appreciated. It is the tertiary sector which is most language the trend in usage in an article about a new, computeri- intensive.
Don’t have an account? The book is divided into three parts: Some UK publishers, however, adopt US English house- closely involved in the post-war economic reconstruction styles and this, together with the fact that print runs in North America davdi typically much of Fiture, Japan and other parts of the Asia Pacific longer than in the UK, ensures that books published in US English receive a wider circulation region.
Rather than a process which leads to uniformity and homogeneity, globalisation seems to create new, hybrid forms of culture, language and political organisation. A scenario would allow motives, probable can be adapted to organisat- Moral Situation ethics actions, possible decisions, relationships between ions and circumstances.