English Speaking Is Popular And Very International Ep 402

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You can find the full web article, media and transcripts for the lesson here: https://adeptenglish.com/lessons/english-speaking-1/

International English Speaking

Today our English lesson focuses on why the English language is so popular and continues to grow as a popular international language. We see it every year at Adept English, more and more people are choosing to learn English as their second language. So why is the English-speaking world growing?

Now I’m not intending to write a complete and authoritative answer to this question in a 10 minute podcast! But I thought I would put some of my reasons for the English language continues to be the go-to second language. The native English-speaking world is not the biggest population in the world. There are plenty of larger populations, for example China and India. So why isn’t Mandarin or Hindi the go-to second language of choice?

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