The Language Of The Future

1118 WordsApr 23, 20175 Pages
Essay 2 Step 3 “What’s The Language Of The Future” Language is essential in human migration, all over the world for each and everyone to be the quest for power in anywhere you find yourself you must learn how to speak that particular country language you find yourself and be able to relate to anybody. For an example, if you migrate to the United States and your first language is not an English language, you have to learn how to speak so that you will be the quest for power. In migrating from one region to another language is very important and it might be a big barrier for each and everyone to relate to each other and it has a big relationship with migration, for anyone to be very useful for his/herself when you migrate to a country where…show more content…
but with my research that I did, I find out that For many centuries, French was the official language of culture, and a knowledge acquired study, research, and learning. It was the language of diplomacy and arts. The Aristocrats in Imperial Russia spoke French, even amongst themselves, according to Tolstoy and many others documented research. In fact, if you wanted to be educated, you had to learn how to speak French. Things have changed a lot since the decline of French and the rise of the English. English is now the world 's lingua franca. But French remains an official language in many international institutions, from The United Nation to The European Union, to the Olympics Committee (founded by a Frenchman), and learning French still retains some superior status. French may be a beautiful language, but few of people would argue it 's the most useful, and almost nobody will argue it 's the language of the future. According to “John McWhorter” in his write-up “spoke for many when he wrote an immediately viral piece titled”, "Let 's Stop Pretending That French Is an Important Language," attacking New York City 's bilingual education programs. Here 's the thing: the data suggests that the French language just might be the language of the future. French isn 't even mostly spoken by French people and hasn 't been for a long time now. I found out the french language is growing fast, and growing in the fastest growing areas of the world, particularly sub-Saharan
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