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What lead to english taking on the role of a global language?

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  • Réponse publiée par: homersoncanceranguiu

    Maybe because there are a lot of English speaking countries and maybe because the United States which is also an English speaking country is one of the most respected and powerful country in the world that's why their language is taking the role of a global language.

  • Réponse publiée par: 09389706948

    Because it is the most spoken language, and because it is easy to learn the is why English is the (IPA)

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  • Réponse publiée par: christiandumanon

    answer:

    exposition:

    julio wrote a letter to ka ponso, his compadre. he wants to ask for help from ka ponso because his son, jose wants to go to school that year. ka ponso became his compadre because the day his wife fidella gave birth to another baby it so happened that ka ponso was there so he offered to be the baby's godfather.

    rising action:

    in the letter, julio said that jose is an industrious boy that ka ponso can ask him everything he wants him to do in return for the educational assistance.

    climax:

    julio finished the letter. the next day, he sent jose off to ka ponso's house. jose road on a ca rabao. he was a very puny load on the carabao's back.

    falling action:

    they came to the bend of the river and julio handed the stock to jose. before going, he remind jose not to lose the letter and to give it to ka ponso as soon as he reach the house.

    conclusion/denonment:

    as jose goes, he is thinking his father and then he grew curious about the letter so he stopped the carabao and read the letter

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