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Will the statement below be true or not Imran Hussain English will be the only language needed to communicate by 2100 and all other languages will be dead To support this view I would have to say that right now English is the most commonly used and the fastest developing language on earth In addition more and more people are undoubtedly at the present time making English their secondary language Therefore it seems logical to predict that in a hundred years time English could be the only language required to communicate on earth Also if you look at the fact that a hundred years ago who would have mused that they would be using a metal box with plastic components placed inside it to do their shopping or to do certain forms of their work Logically no one would have However if you look around the world today then you see that there is a computer in nearly every developed and in most of the developing countries houses A revaluation took place in the last hundred years for the computer industry so why cant that occur for the English language The school that my peers and I go to is an international school it employs English as its means of communication For the reason being that English is the language which is utilized to communicate in the developed world Local schools in most countries have devoted as a separate subject to the English language which all students must take The reason being that English is the language which they think is the second most serviceable language to their scholars after their native language Now some people would say that there are some 249 other languages out there which people also utilize to communicate such a great number of languages cannot all be dead in 100 years However if we look at the fact that Latin was at one time
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