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English as a Global LanguageMany years ago English was recognised as the official language of only a few nations around the globe, largest of them being the united kingdom. And yet today more then 322 million people use it for their natural every-day language. This might sound puzzling and indeed no other language has enjoyed the growth and has emerged globally to such an extend as English. To understand why this happened over time we must take into account the forming of the united states of America. Roughly 1500 years ago a few Germanic tribes reached the shores of what we today know as the USA. English was used as the common language of communication and remained so over the course of history as America grew to the status as a world superpower it enjoys today. And exactly that growth is the primary reason why English is so widespread in the world today. America has had great success in a large number of fields over the last centuries and while technology improved our ways of communicating, English has naturally spread internationally. While the USA had supreme lead in business, and indeed technology, for many years speakers of other languages had to adapt. Today technology helps to make sure English remains