The Future of English


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Ana C, Lúcia and Pedro take us through different scenarios for the future of the English language.

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The Future of English

  1. 1. THE FUTURE OF ENGLISH Done by Ana, Lúcia and Pedro 12E
  2. 2.  People most of the times cannot communicate and understand each well ;  In the future this will not happen;  There will be a universal language that will allow people to understand what others are trying to say;  These topics were acted during the Chinese shop scene where Ana and Lúcia could not come to a conclusion. Pedro then ask ed for a time travel to see how the future would be.
  3. 3.  To choose a universal language there will be a summit/meeting/conference with the most important people of several countries;  Here besides Spanish, Chinese was a good choice and it was chosen because it is the most spoken language in the world;  These topics were presented during our scene in the U nited N ations building where Ana was representing India and Lúcia Spain.
  4. 4. <ul><li>In our third scene, a classroom, students were now learning how to speak and write the universal language – English; </li></ul><ul><li>English prevailed as a lot of people know how to speak and talk this language and also because China had some economic problems and the Chinese language has a totally different mind framework ; </li></ul><ul><li> There were new additions: the abbreviations were introduced (because of the internet and other technologies where abbreviations are very common) and the words from all Englishes would be added to a Global English Dictionary; </li></ul><ul><li> Th is not only will help to write but also to communicate fast. </li></ul>AKA LOL SYL ETA THK K
  5. 5.  Finally, in the laboratory we have shown you that abbreviations are way better than normal English (or not because the meaningful part of the writing and speech has lost its value for future generations, living certain arts and ways to the past (ex. literature);  However, now having a universal language means that others were destroyed;  This includes other countries cultures, beliefs, ideals and ideas.