What language could replace English?
Por Jennifer / 2021-10-23
- What language could replace English?
- Is it harder to learn English from Spanish or Spanish from English?
- Are Spanish good in English?
- Is Spanish growing in the US?
- Can Chinese replace English?
- Can English replace all languages?
- Which country has the purest Spanish?
- Is French easier than Spanish?
- How to replace something from English to Spanish?
- Is the language of China going to replace English?
- How can I translate text from one language to another?
- Why is Spanish the official language of the United States?
What language could replace English?
Originally Answered: What language will replace English as the dominant world language, and why? Probably mandarin because it is the most widely spoken language (China has the most populations besides India) and it's been recognized as one of the UN additional languages.
Is it harder to learn English from Spanish or Spanish from English?
English, on the other hand, is VERY hard to read, pronounce, and write. Spanish has 25 phonemes; it's generally agreed that English has 44 phonemes. (Phonemes are speech sounds.) So it's generally harder for a Spanish speaker to pronounce English well.
Are Spanish good in English?
Spaniards do not have a good level of English. In fact, surveys from the European Union's statistical office, Eurostat, and a report from the foreign language company, Education First, place Spain close to the bottom of the ladder compared to the rest of Europe when it comes to English proficiency.
Is Spanish growing in the US?
Today, Hispanics are one of the fastest growing ethnic groups in the United States, which increases the use and the importance of Spanish in the United States.
Can Chinese replace English?
Absolutely no. Mandarin Chinese (官话) is equal in value to English, just like any other language. However, it will not be used more often than English in the near future.
Can English replace all languages?
English will be the world's lingua franca for cross-culture communications for at least the next 15 or 20 years; Mandarin and other languages will continue to expand their influence, thus English will not 'take over'; linguistic diversity is good, and the internet can help preserve it; all languages evolve over time.
Which country has the purest Spanish?
If you're looking to learn the purest Spanish, Mexico is the place to go. It has all the grammar conventions from the Spaniards, but with the clear enunciation of indigenous languages.
Is French easier than Spanish?
Spanish is arguably somewhat easier for the first year or so of learning, in large part because beginners may struggle less with pronunciation than their French-studying colleagues. However, beginners in Spanish have to deal with dropped subject pronouns and four words for "you," while French only has two.
How to replace something from English to Spanish?
English to Spanish: more detail... – To put new data in the place of other data, usually after conducting a search for the data to be replaced. Text-based applications such as word processors typically include Find and Replace commands. 1 replace! let's replace! 1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they
Is the language of China going to replace English?
“As China rises you can anticipate that more people will adopt the language. But is China going to replace English? I don’t think so--certainly not in my lifetime, probably not in the next two, three, four generations.” English rose to prominence through the British Empire in the nineteenth century.
How can I translate text from one language to another?
You can change your translation preferences and choose your translation language by going to File > Options > Language. Tip: Want to translate just a selected bit of text from a message? Select that text and right-click. Outlook will show you the translation right there in the context menu that appears.
Why is Spanish the official language of the United States?
And even President Trump once stated, “This is a country where we speak English, not Spanish.” But, if we were to seriously consider giving a single one the status of ‘official language’, Spanish would be sure to give English a run for its money. Here’s a few reasons why: