Essay On Barriers Of English Language

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Introduction English Language is taught in many schools as in early age all over the world and as a result many people can speak the language very fluently. People should continue to learn the English language as it is spoken in many countries both as a native tongue and as a second language. Being able to speak English can be seen as an advantage if someone wished to go to migrate to other country for work or live. English is one of the most commonly spoken languages in the world as the language is easy to speak and understand. There are a lot of countries that English is native tongue which are Australia, Canada, America, New Zealand, and many more. English is also one of the most commonly learnt second languages in the world. Knowing English will allow many people of different native languages to communicate and break down communication barriers. Some people may feel that English speakers should be the ones to learn another language, which should be considered. However, if everyone learnt a different language there would be a barrier. People should remember that English is a fairly easy language to learn, compared to other language. Barrier is anything which makes it difficult for someone to do something, language barrier is a term used to imply all the…show more content…
Most English speaking countries have a dynamic and strong economy; migrants from non-speaking English countries usually with weaker economy will have to pick up English compared to those citizens from non-speaking English countries with good sustainable growth .Decline in tourism mean less exposure to locals to communicate in English and learning new vocabularies and improving their grammar and pronunciation. For asylum seekers and refugees, discrimination and stigmatisation prevent social integration and thus difficulty in mastering the
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