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  • 1 English language — Language belonging to the Germanic languages branch of the Indo European language family, widely spoken on six continents. The primary language of the U.S., Britain, Canada, Australia, Ireland, New Zealand, and various Caribbean and Pacific… …

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  • 2 English language — English Pronunciation /ˈ …

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  • 3 English language — noun an Indo European language belonging to the West Germanic branch; the official language of Britain and the United States and most of the commonwealth countries (Freq. 2) • Syn: ↑English • Derivationally related forms: ↑English (for: ↑English) …

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  • 6 English language in England — refers to the English language as spoken in England, part of the United Kingdom. There are many different accents and dialects throughout England and people are often very proud of their local accent or dialect, however there are many associated… …

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  • 7 English language radio — refers to radio stations that broadcasts primarily in the English language which are in countries where english is not an official language or majority language. Often referred to as English speaking radio or Expats radio the broadcasts enables… …

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  • 8 English language Scrabble — is the original version of the popular word based board game invented by Alfred Mosher Butts in 1938. He was American and based the game on the letter distribution in the New York Times in English.The Scrabble variant most popular in English is… …

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  • 9 English language in Europe — The English language in Europe, as a native language, is mainly spoken in the United Kingdom (England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland) and the Republic of Ireland. Outside of these countries, it has a special status in Jersey and Guernsey… …

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  • 10 ENGLISH LANGUAGE IMPERIALISM — ▪ 1998 by Gerald Knowles       Seen in its simplest terms, language imperialism involves the transfer of a dominant language to other peoples. The transfer is essentially a demonstration of power traditionally military power but also in the… …

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  • 11 English language spelling reform — For hundreds of years, many groups and individuals have advocated spelling reform for English. Spelling reformers seek to make English spelling more consistent and more phonetic, so that spellings match pronunciations and follow the alphabetic… …

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  • 12 English-language vowel changes before historic r — In the phonological history of the English language, vowels followed (or formerly followed) by the phoneme /r/ have undergone a number of phonological changes. In recent centuries, most or all of these changes have involved merging of vowel… …

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  • 13 English Language Institute — The purpose of an English Language Institute, or ELI, is to teach English as a second language to students from around the world. These institutes are often included in the college of education at American universities. Quality and methods vary a …

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  • 14 English Language Proficiency Test — The English Language Proficiency Test (ELPT) was the name of a SAT II last administered in January 2005. It was a one hour multiple choice test given on English language proficiency by The College Board. A student whose native language was not… …

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  • 15 English-language dailies, periodicals and books — There has been an explosion of English language publications in China since the country’s economic reformation began. For several decades China Daily (Zhongguo ribao), run by central government as a propaganda tool, was the country’s only English …

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  • 16 English-language vowel changes before historic l — In the history of English phonology, there have been many diachronic sound changes affecting vowels, especially involving phonemic splits and mergers. A number of these changes are specific to vowels which occur before /l/. Contents 1… …

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  • 17 English-language editions of The Hobbit — This list contains only complete, printed English language editions of The Hobbit . It is not for derived or unprinted works such as screenplays, graphic novels, or audio books.Criteria for separate editionsFor this list, a printing is a separate …

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  • 18 English Language Liturgical Consultation — The English Language Liturgical Consultation (ELLC) is a group of national associations of ecumenical liturgists in the English speaking world. Their work has been concerned with developing and promoting common liturgical texts in English and… …

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  • 19 English Language Teaching Centre — The English Language Teaching Centre (ELTC) [See www.sheffield.ac.uk] is a central support service of the University of Sheffield. They offer a wide range of English language courses and services. Their staff have experience of teaching… …

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  • 20 English-Language Children's Literature — ▪ 1998 by Shannon Maughan        Jack, be nimble. In 1997 publishers of children s literature appeared to heed this sage advice from Mother Goose as they adapted their book programs to an ever changing marketplace one that embraced both a blend… …

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