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What Are the Dangers of a Global Language

Summary: David Crystal talks about language danger with great fear of the possibilities that this global language will have a negative effect on itself and also on other languages which do not have all the power that English, being the global language has. He points out that English should not be the language spoken worldwide and therefore being the cause for the disappearance of other languages. The points Crystal talks about are of a big importance and with them, he is encouraging his readers to learn other languages.
David Crystal talks about language danger with great fear of the possibilities that this global language will have a negative effect on itself and also on other languages which do not have all the power that English, being the global language has. He points out that English should not be the language spoken worldwide and therefore being the cause for the disappearance of other languages. The points Crystal talks about are of a big importance and with them, he is encouraging his readers to learn other languages.

The first danger he talks about is Linguistic power. Crystal says that people who don't have English as their mother tongue, but have it instead as their second or foreign language, will have a disadvantage in front of those, who do have it as a mother tongue. Crystal tried to find a solution to this...

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