L'anglais dans le monde

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Ministry of national education Republic of Côte D’Ivoire
And Basic Formation Union– Discipline - Travail



College Victor Schoelcher
ADRESS: 09 BP 290 Abj 09
Tel: 20 37 64 98

THEME

Group 5
Academic year’s 2009 – 2010

Realized by:Teacher
* DOUMBIA OUMOU
* ERSKINE CLOVIS
* GBAGHON LETICIA
* GAWA GRÄCE
* FOFANA SALIMATA

Mr. HOGOINTRODUCTION
I- THE SPREAD OF ENGLISH

II- THE USE OF ENGLISH

III- THE WAY IT THREATENS OTHER LANGUAGES

CONCLUSION



Introduction
English is an internationallanguage which rose with Julius Caesar and thanks to the movement of British through out the world, it spreads. In our report we are going to talk about the spread of English, the use of English and theway it threatens other languages.

I- THE SPREAD OF ENGLISH
Four (04) hundred years since his first appearance with Julius Caesar, the contrast is extraordinary. Indeed, since 1600 untilnowadays, in armies, navies, companies and expeditions, the speakers of English including Scots, Irish, welsh, American and more travelled into every corner of the globe, carrying their languages andculture with them. Today, English is used by at least 750 million people, and barely half of those speak it as a mother tongue. Some estimates have put that figure closer to one (01) billion. Whatever thetotal, English at the end of the twentieth century is more widely scattered, more widely spoken and written, that any other language has ever been. It has become the language of the planet to firsttruly language.

II- THE USE OF ENGLISH
English which is not the only British language used in many fields of the world: Indeed, English is a commercial language which permit to sell and buy...
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