Today Information and communication technology (ICT) has changed the way of life and has used widely to help people in business, trade, science, education and other spheres. Foreign languages are also play important roles in business administration such as a role in internal and external communication, a role in having a chance to get a good job, and a role as a means to understand other cultures. According to statistics, one in five of the world’s population speaks English, in spite of their different perceptions, connotations, values and their cultural properties. It is currently the primary language used on the World Wide Web, both in the political and business arenas. Good communication in a foreign language becomes so crucial in today’s
Hence, the aspirants of progress in life in this technological era have to gear up with expected English language skills that cater to the various needs of their employment and advancement. The importance of English, with the global status it achieved, is witnessed in almost every field due to the recent information explosion. The language has not left any field untouched, bringing about tremendous changes in the social, cultural and educational contexts of the globe with sudden rush in the lives of people
English has its indomitable influence as the language of global communication and advancing technology and hence its growing need and value in education is inevitable, everywhere in the world. The progress of globalization and English language development are interrelated and they complement each other by working as pull factors for one another. Hence in this era of communication, such interlink between English and employability is getting strengthened day by day and it is quite obvious that English determines the employment opportunities and career prospects of a graduate, who enters the global job market. This paper overviews the strong bondage between this universal language and employment and the implication it has on the increased employability, especially in India. KEY WORDS: Influence of English, increased employability, tool for global competence, the growing need for English proficiency ENGLISH FOR EMPLOYABILITY English, which is be considered as an international language and the most dominant language in the world, plays an important role as a tool of communication locally and globally and unanimously gained the status of being recognized as the global medium for any field on this earth.
It is widely used by many information and technology industries and recognized as being standard. Modern communications, videos, journals and newspapers on the internet use English as the better means for being understood by wider circle of
Introduction: The English language is generally acknowledged as a global language, in view of its numerous functions and preference over several other languages around the globe. The tradition of English teaching has been drastically changed with the remarkable entry of technology. Technology provides so many options as making teaching interesting and also making teaching more productive in terms of improvements. Technology is one of the most significant drivers of both social and linguistic change. At present the role and status of English is that it is the language of social context, political, socio cultural, business, education, industries, media, library, communication across borders, and key subject in curriculum and language of imparting education.
English have been a dominant business language and it has become a necessity for people to speak it, for they want to enter a globalized work market. As a result, most Thailand companies demand worker who has acquired high proficiency English skills. It is highly important to develop English skills; which people will have their own way of technique to improve their skills. Nowadays, technology has become central to our lives and continues thriving. It has given an opportunity for the learner to learn English in a new way.
A language can be a global language to achieve a task which is necessary for being used in the world. Today, English is used in many countries because it has the status of a global language and has spread to different parts of the world. However, at the same time, both native and non-native speakers of English have a problem because people who use English are increasing. English succeeded in gaining a status of a global language by playing an important role in the world. Both non-native and native English speakers have a communicational and cultural problem, and native speakers have another problem which is that they have difficulties in teaching English idioms.
1. The English Writing System Today English is a popular international language in the world. English writing system was brought by researchers and it is connected to our lives in many ways. Therefore, this article is going to talk about English writing system focusing specifically on English spelling. It starts with historical changes in the English writing system.
As a results todays schools, colleges, and universities use English in most subjects. English has been a language that today is use all over the world. It has become a global language, a world language, which is used by far more than those who are born with it as a mother tongue or first language. This development only looks to accelerate. On more and more areas of be taken English in use, and in more and more
English: The Global Language Globalisation and the dominance of English as well as the iconic value of English as a sign of modernisation raise many questions for those engaged in language policy and in the management of language education. The aim of this research is to bring together a range of cultural, commercial, linguistic and educational environments with their perceptions regarding these issues. There is little doubt that English has acquired a status of lingua franca. This is largely a consequence of British colonialism and Americanisation, especially the United States’ post-war advance and dominance in global economy, technology and science, education and even entertainment. People in the international community are communicating in English with professional partners and colleagues, reading English articles, watching American soap operas and movies, listening to Anglophone pop music and surfing the Internet which is 80 per cent English,