Video: Global English with David Crystal
Crystal is one of the world’s top experts on the English language and the status it enjoys today.
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Here, There and Everywhere
Think of the many kinds of international English as a bouquet of flowers, all stemming from a common ancestor, but each grown from its own soil and having its own special history, form and beauty.
Read more in Access to International English, pp. 21-25. Then do the tasks in the textbook and on this website.
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