PDF | On Jan 1, , David Graddol and others published English Next India. David Graddol at The English Company (UK) Ltd . Hence the next 20 years or so will be a critical time for the English language and for those who depend upon . English next by David Graddol. By doanbangoc on 08/07/ Why global English may mean the end of ‘English as a Foreign Language’. Despite the.
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