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English as a global languageIn this article we will focus on the following aspects: 1) The historical background 2) The linguistic advantages 3) Critical voices 4) Chances for the present and the future 1) The historical background The English language is everywhere. It is surrounding us all over the world: If we turn on the TV, listen to the radio, surf the internet ... But why is it like that? What are the roots of this development that made one language so popular and familiar to so many different coutries, cultures and peoples. To get the answer to these questions we have to take a journey back in time to the Age of Empires. After the discovery of America in 1492 by Columbus a huge competition for empires began between the great powers with acces to the sea. The most important were england and spain (also portugal and france later germany). england was the most powerful and soon great parts of North America belongt to it. But that was not all. Colonies were also founded in Africa and Asia. Australia a whole continent became part of it. In the British Empire, the largest empire the world's face has ever seen, in addition to the British way of life and convictions the English language was spread and even enforced onto the peoples of those countries that were conquered. In