English as an international language
English has become an international language with global significance. For some an international language has the meaning of a language that has a large number of native speakers. In this sense, English, Spanish, Hindi and Arabic, the most widely spoken mother t
Ever since the demise of Latin in the 15th century, the world has lacked an official language of communication. Consequently, some people propose that it is required to create a global language for the sake of convenient communication, whereas others suggest that it may bring about more troubles tha
Disadvantages and Advantages of global language
To start we need to define global language. Global language is the language spoken internationally that many people learn as a second language.
There are many different advantages and disadvantages of global language.
Some of the advantages are:
Writing is a skill that people in all walks of life must perform almost daily. Good writing in English requires good grammar and good organization.
Writing Skills is designed to help students develop competence in their writing and to enable them to communicate e
One globe but almost 200 countries on it and about 6000-7000 foreign languages. Why do people need so many languages? Is it a human aspiration of distinguishing from the others? Wouldn’t it be better and easier if there was just one code of communication common for everyone? My answer
Financial statements are organized and offered for external users by many enterprises around the globe. Although such financial statements may appear comparable from nation to nation, there are differences which have possibly been caused by a variety of social, economic and legal con
Vacations are a memorable experience to look forward to when visiting a new place. For most families, a vacation is an American tradition; however, people should plan accordingly when thinking about conveniences. Domestic travel offers advantages in cost, language, and special medical care that ar
The use of Computers in Language Learning and Language Teaching
C M. G
March 18, 2008
In defining the meaning of literacy, Luke and Freebody suggested that there are four sets of overlapping practices that literacy in
Critical analysis of language teaching resources
a) Write an exposition of what you consider to be essential criteria for effective language learning materials design and support your opinion from your readings
Effective language learnin
CPA REVIEWS NOTES- INTERNATIONAL FINANCE
TOPIC 1: INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL FINANCE
Learning objectives After reading this topic you should be able to: • • • • • • Understand the background of international finance Define international finance Explain the reason for studying inte
• The Advantages of Learning English 29 Jan 2010, 7:00 pm
There are 1 billion people in this world who are just like you. One billion people trying to conjugate verbs. One billion people trying to understand the difference between much and many. One billion people trying to pronounce TH and
Language laboratories are study rooms equipped with electronic sound-reproduction devices, enabling students to hear model pronunciations of foreign languages and to record and hear their own voices as they engage in pattern drills. Most laboratories provide a master control board that permits a tea
Definition of HRM -administrative activities that involves the following
Utilization of human resource planning, staffing (selection, recruitment, placement) Training and development, compensation (remuneration, motivation) industrial relation. Their activities revolve around and within
Today, companies in the U.S. often have diversified staffs from many different ethnic backgrounds. People may use English as an official language and speak other native languages with the co-workers who are from the same countries. In fact, speaking many languages within a workplace has both advant
Unit 15 International Marketing Management
15.2. Nature of International marketing concept
15.3. International marketing concept.
15.4. International market entry strategies.
15.5. Approaches to international marketing
15.6. International product policy
International Retail Marketing
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International Retail Marketing
A Case Study Approach
Edited by Margaret Bruce, Christopher M. Moore and Grete Birtwistle
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Introducing Second Language Acquisition
Written for students encountering the topic for the first time, this is a clear and practical introduction to Second Language Acquisition (SLA). It explains in nontechnical language how a second language is acquired; wh
About thirty years after the adoption of the Decree of the May 12th, 1981 providing law of arbitration, the French arbitration law has been the object of a complete rewriting. The Law was adopted the 13th January 20111 and came into force the 1st of May of this year. The provisions will be binding f
South Africa is diverse in culture but could be unified in language. English should be South Africa's unifying language. It is necessary to understand what nationhood is, so that you the reader realise that a national language does not alter a nation. It binds the nation. I will also discuss South A
1. Does thought depend on language?
We human beings may not be the most admirable species on the planet, or the most
likely to survive for another millennium, but we are without any doubt at all
the most intelligent. We are also the only species with language. What is the