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What will the English language be like in 100 years?

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Simon Horobin, University of Oxford One way of predicting the future is to look back at the past. The global role English plays today as a lingua franca – used as a means of communication by speakers of different languages – has parallels in the Latin of pre-modern Europe. Having been spread by the success…
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What will the English language be like in 100 years?

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Simon Horobin, University of Oxford One way of predicting the future is to look back at the past. The global role English plays today as a lingua franca – used as a means of communication by speakers of different languages – has parallels in the Latin of pre-modern Europe. Having been spread by the success…
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15 Common WHO Questions in English

15 Common WHO Questions in English | English Language Sources | Scoop.it
Do you have trouble with asking questions in English? In this essential lesson, I look at some of the most common questions using who. The word who is most often used as a pronoun in English, and it represents a person or persons in a sentence. Here are some examples: Who is it?, Whos with me?, Whos that?, Who did that?, Who won? There are too many who questions to list here, so watch the video to learn many more. This useful lesson will help you gain confidence and fluency in English.
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Relative clauses in English - learn English Grammar - Games to learn English

Relative clauses in English - learn English Grammar - Games to learn English | English Language Sources | Scoop.it
Relative clauses are quite easy to explain and understand. In this post there is an infographic and a worksheet to help you with teaching this grammar.
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10 English Words With Unfortunate Meanings in Other Languages

10 English Words With Unfortunate Meanings in Other Languages | English Language Sources | Scoop.it
10 English words that mean something entirely different in another language.
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English Pronunciation: How to say words ending in -OUGH & -AUGH

English Pronunciation: How to say words ending in -OUGH & -AUGH | English Language Sources | Scoop.it
Learn how to say these difficult words correctly in English! Does cough rhyme with off or with cow? How about drought, laugh, and through? How would you pronounce these words? I understand these may confuse you, because the pronunciations are different depending on the word. In this lesson, we will look at the different sounds of words with the endings -ough and -augh. This lesson will improve your speaking and listening skills, so be sure to watch and complete the quiz at the end!
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