French as a Global Language Argumentative Essay by Master Researcher

French as a Global Language
This paper argues reasons for the French language to be considered as a global language.
# 88348 | 1,125 words | 0 sources | 2006 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in Communication (Interpersonal) , Language (French: General)

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In this article examines the language of French and argues that French is a major or global language. The writer firstly defines the expression global language and explains that there are believed to be approximately 6700 languages in the world. To prove this argument, five characteristics of French are used to demonstrate that it is a global language.

From the Paper:

Human beings speak a tremendous number of languages. According to Professor Mary MacKeracher, "There are about 6700 languages in the world". Just because there are a large number of languages in the world does not mean that they are all equal in terms of numbers of speakers or distribution. Some languages such as English are spoken by a large number of people in many different countries. Other languages are spoken by a small numbers of people in relatively small geographic areas. Languages with large numbers of speakers and a wide geographic distribution are generally known as major or global languages. There are a number of languages that could be ... "

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