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English Language Influencing Other Languages

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English Language Influencing Other Languages

The Old English language is the core of English. It was brought to England in the 500s by the Anglo-Saxon and Jutish settlers. This source is responsible for the majority of the English language, both spoken and written. Statistics show that around 70% of all words in any given text are Anglo-Saxon. The grammar is also predominantly Anglo-Saxon.

Some words are slang, but others do not. Some words are derived from other languages. Others are a mixture of words (portmanteau terms), and others are new creations based on roots from dead languages.

English Influence On Job Apply

 

It is vital that you can speak and understand the English language. This is a crucial skill to have if you are applying for a job. It is not very necessary but a necessity to speak English. The English language is now a worldwide lingua-franca. It is possible to communicate with people from all corners of the globe and many cultures by speaking English. English has significantly influenced many other languages, particularly in Europe, where many words are adopted from English.

 

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NEOLOGISMS: The Influence Of English Language

It’s not easy to understand why Germans prefer to use English terms instead of German words, especially if they have a different meaning. The “German” time for a projector is “beamer,” which a native English speaker would think refers to a BMW vehicle. German cell phones are called handles, and a USB flash drive is a “USB Stick.” German-derived words are prevalent. It is easy to understand this for comments that do not exist in German. However, why would they use English to translate words that already have a German equivalent?

 

 

ANGLISICMS – Borrowed Words In The English Language

English borrowed words from other languages are known as Anglicisms. Anglicism can be defined as a phrase, word, or idiom characteristic or unique to the English language [i]. Most Anglicisms are found in IT or in other areas that use new technology. Because technology is constantly changing, many countries prefer to adopt English terms for new technology or developments in their native languages rather than creating a new period. Some new inventions and products can be challenging to translate, so it is easier to keep the original English name (e.g., cloud computing.

 

We can see many words borrowed from Spanish, such as downloader (to download) or update (to upgrade). When they talk about technical support, many Spaniards prefer to use the term soportetecnico (the official term) rather than Asistencia Tecnica (the legal representation). The usage of the term global instead is increasing. Although many languages have a native term for computers, most people prefer the English word. These headlines are from a Spanish magazine that shows the invasion of English terminology in fashion. They read: “El look mas Hippy” or “Homeless Style.” It is easy for monolingual English speakers to understand these phrases.

 

Many Anglicisms have also infiltrated German, including Computer, Scanner, and Adapter. Aftershave, Alien (only in terms of an extraterrestrial), Baby. Band, Hacker, Jackpot… and many more. Scanner and Adapter are two examples of words that have no German equivalent. This is because the English names of these items were borrowed into German when they became available in Germany. Many of these terms have a German match that has been around for many years. Aftershave is Rasierwasser; Airline is Fluggesellschaft, and an Alien can be called Ausserirdischer. It is clear that the Germans borrowed newer terms and replaced some common German words with English ones. These English terms that have become part of their daily language are called Neologisms by the Germans. However, some Neologisms have taken on a different meaning than the original language.

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Perhaps it is an attempt to sound brighter and younger, or maybe it is because English can make a company seem modern. However, there comes a time when English terms are too absurd to be invented. In 2006, Germany hosted the FIFA World Cup. This was when a new form of public entertainment was created. They set up giant screens on the streets and squares in larger cities to broadcast the matches, similar to those at music festivals. It was a great idea, but was it also a good idea for the event to be called “public viewing.”

 

 

Prediction: By 2025, the world will be one ample political, social and economic space where people can meet face-to-face and exchange verbal and visual information. English will become so essential in communicating that it will replace some languages.

 

People must discover other ways to communicate across cultures and languages until translation technology becomes ubiquitous. A lingua Francisca is a common language that can be used by all participants in a discussion. English is the current lingua Franca in the world. It has been accepted by pilots and air traffic controllers as the universal language. However, only 400 million people are English-speaking in comparison to the 6 billion worldwide. It will be a decisive shift if the pendulum swings towards a different dominant language or two or more overwhelmingly predominant languages.

 

Marc Rotenberg, Executive director of the Electronic Privacy Information Center, captured another standard view: “Two powerful trends will collide: English, as American culture flows outwards, will become more popular, but the critical mass will be achieved for global communication in Spanish, Mandarin and Japanese as new internet protocols that support International Domain Names will be more widely adopted.”

 

English is the dominant language of history. Is it possible to resist? Jacob Mikanowski

 

Jacob Mikanowski

 

 

It turned out that Roosevelt was almost completely backward. The status of English in North America has not been changed by a century of immigration. It is actually more robust than it was 100 years ago. But, if you look at the world from a global perspective, it’s not America being threatened by foreign languages. English is threatening the world as a whole.