The Importance Of The English Language

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Argument and Discussion Essay

Topic: The relevance of studying English Language.
Title: Should employees have the competences in English or not?

Introductory Paragraph: 1Nowadays, we can hear a lot of problems regarding employees not being able to communicate and write in English Language. 2According to Robert Louis Stevenson (1924), “All speech, written or spoken, is a dead language, until it finds a willing and prepared hearer.” 3It means that you are enable to have the best ideas either expressed in a written or oral way but unless you have an audience that is open to listening to what you have to say, it is all meaningless. 4Moreover, the audience does not have to agree with you, but they need to be receptive and engage in active listening. Otherwise, the speech is called as a “dead language” and has no meaning or value. 5I strongly believe that employees should communicate and have the knowledge of English at work.
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6Employees must have the skill to communicate in English as it is one of the languages that has most speakers around the world and it also help them and others to feel comfortable. 7Most of employers wanted their employees being able to communicate in English as it will bring more benefits to them. 8According to Ed Zalewski (2012), if the duty of a job require the ability to read, speak and write in English, an employers are required to hire candidates that possess those
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