The English Language has been a tool to bring people of different races, and cultures together. For many hundreds of years as this language has evolved and has sown its influence from continental Europe to the New World by wave of migrants and conquerors. At present, because of the power of influence by the Commonwealth Nations (those who have recognized the United Kingdom) up to these present day, the English language has been used and adopted by almost every nation as a second language. In this world of extreme globalization, cultures and nations has been crisscrossing in almost all corners of the world and they can basically to the very least speak only the most popular language used by millions of people in our world , the English language, to convey their feelings, interests, messages to one another. No other language has that influence even with the billions of Chinese People speaking their own language, they also learned to embrace the English Language to be competitive. They cannot isolate themselves to their own country since that would be very detrimental to their growth as a nation.
Speaking of competitiveness, even the curriculum taught by schools has the English language as their primary medium of instruction. Every single country has adopted English to their academics. All fields, from science, history, culture, politics, and philosophy, to name a few, adopted the English language to expand their respective pursuits. In the medical field, where I am currently pursuing midwifery, English language has been the accepted communication and teaching tool for us students to grasp the concepts needed for me to know and get the necessary skills to be a midwife.
The English Language has allowed the midwifery to be taught with ease to the Filipino students since most if not all of the textbooks and resources about midwifery are written in