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Should English be declared the world's official common language?

Ubiquity, Volume 2007 Issue December | BY Philip Yaffe 

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COMMENTS

NOOOOOOO IT SHOULD NOT BE

��� Rasool, Wed, 30 Apr 2014 14:41:05 UTC

What about Esperanto? Beside many linguistic factor there is one huge problem with English and all other national languages: there are native speakers. In any situation - be it business or political - the native speaker will have huge advantage over the foreigner. Esperanto is by far not perfect, but it is the first language designed artificially in a scientific manner to be a common one, and it fulfills many requirements, including the ones mentioned in this article.

��� MadMan, Tue, 25 Dec 2012 02:44:58 UTC

This was a great article.

��� Jill Duffy, Fri, 29 Oct 2010 21:01:12 UTC

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