A Rhetorical Analysis Of Who Owns Global English By Dennis Baron

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The English language has been around for a number of years, but now it is taking the world by storm. In Dennis Baron 's article titled "Who Owns Global English," he discusses how English has taken root in different countries to the dismay of their Governments. English has taken a new meaning in some countries that native speakers would call improper English. "Yes, we want" (Baron, 35) is the new battle cry of Madrid 's campaign on English. This may be bad English, but Baron is considering the possibility of it becoming a new form of English. For example, Baron told a story of one of his experiences. His daughter got an English question wrong because her teacher only accepts British English (Barton, 36). Keep in mind that this took place in

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