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English as a global language Before English can be given the status of ?global language?, I think the term must be defined so we know the grounds to this statement. I don?t think that the term can be defined only by how many countries that use English as their mother tongue or how many people speak the language as their first. If that were the case, English could easily be compared to Spanish, Mandarin, and Hindi, which in fact have more native speakers of the language than English. What defines a language as a universal or global can mainly be defined by two criteria. Firstly a country can make a language an official language of the country, used in government, politics, and education. For one to progress in these societies English is needed, and this can be thought as a complimentary language to the mother tongue. English is a global language in that it holds official status in over seventy countries and therefore needs to be well known to operate in the societies in these countries. Secondly, English can be made a priority in the countries second-language teaching system, even though it may not have official status. It would be the language most likely to be taught to children