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  1. The rol of language in the process of globalization
  2. frenh langauge and its situation in europe and America
  3. Conclusion

Language has become an important issue due to globalization. Previously if a person spoke only one language it did not matter much. However the situation is completely different in the modern world. Learning English has become mandatory for every individual to surive in the globalized world. John Kay, in this article argues that the French have lost the language war, which means that the French have lost their prominence to the English.

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