Swiss eLearning Institute's English Lessons for Beginners

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Exclusively available from www.QNET.net, Swiss eLearning Institute's English for Beginners guides you through the steps of learning English, covering everything from basic grammar, often used idioms and phrases to pronunciation and making conversation. The course is specifically designed for non-native speakers to learn English in a fun and intuitive manner. And as they say, learning English with us is like a ‘walk in the park’.

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Swiss eLearning Institute's English Lessons for Beginners

  1. 1. How Himowp imoprotratanntt iiss E Engnlisghl?ish? 75 196 Countries with the most English Speakers (in millions) Out of the 196 countries in the world, English has official or special status in 75 of them! = That’s 2 billion people! India 125.2 Pakistan 92.3 United States United Kingdom 59.6 Philippines 52.3 298.4 Approximately 25% of the planet speaks at least some English. That’s ¼ of the world’s population! World’s most spoken languages worldwide (speakers and native speakers in millions) English online… Top languages on the Internet (in millions) Spanish Portuguese 4 out of the top 5 biggest companies in the world speak English as their primary language. This includes Wal-Mart, Shell, Exxon Mobil and BP. With 25% of the world knowing English, imagine how far you can expand your network! English in Sc ence English is the most commonly used language in science with Science Citation Index reporting as early as 1997 that 95% of its articles were written in English, even though only half came from authors in English-speaking countries. English-speaking authors Non-English-speaking authors Provided to you by Sources: Don’t get lost in translation. Start with English for Beginners by Swiss eLearning Institute. www.swisselearninginstitute.com www.statista.com www.internetworldstats.com www.voxy.com English Chinese Arabic German Japanese 536.6 153.3 444.9 82.5 65.4 99.1 75.2 English Chinese Hindi Spanish French Arabic Russian 375 982 460 650 330 420 79 370 206 300 165 275 1,500 1,100 55% ... of all websites are written in English.

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