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A very entertaining, easy to read overview of why English isn't going anywhere as the de facto global language. (Sorry, Mandarin).Published 6 days ago by Amazon Customer
A account of how English is becoming the default language of the world. The book is anecdotal and pretty superficial. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Theodore F. Schaaf
I love this book. Their is a lot of information that I enjoy reading about.Published 3 months ago by Jacob Laan
Everyone should read this - it's a new look at the modern world through the lens of languagePublished 7 months ago by Sheena Bruenen
A very well-researched history of the creation and spread of this, originally, north Germanic language. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Ava Collopy Books
This book is boring.
It is supposed to be a history of English from its days as a collection of tribal dialects on a small island to its modern form as a global super... Read more
Extremely informative as well as entertaining review not just of the language but of the cultural effects of the language throughout the world. Well worth the read ( or listen)Published 17 months ago by Gino