world language


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world language

n
1. (Languages) a language spoken and known in many countries, such as English
2. (Languages) an artificial language for international use, such as Esperanto
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The ICPS will promote the studies including Punjabi language, literature, culture and history with the goal of supporting greater understanding and use of Punjabi as a major world language. The centre would also resolve challenges facing by the Punjab region and its masses.
We often assume that by speaking a world language (English) we have an in-built advantage against them - this is not the case.
* World Language Italian Camp and World Language Spanish Camp are two-week camps and are half days.
They are available 24/7 and can easily scale to support new use cases or to speak almost any world language.
Story of a World Language. Translated by Kenneth Kronenberg.
To ensure of this APIT announced they have supplemented the Diploma courses with concurrently run English Enhancement courses to continually develop and improve English language skills so students are prepared to take the world by storm with the world language at their disposal.
It is 1922, and the League of Nations has just pledged to take up the question of a world language. It's been a long, rewarding day at the Esperanto Congress.
There is no way of curbing a language and especially English which is now the world language and therefore influenced by anything and everything.
Furthermore, one critical factor in the development of intercultural competence is the knowledge of a world language.
SIR - Brian Christley urged young people to learn Chinese, Spanish or another world language (Letters, December 1).

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