What is global english?
Global English is the language used by native and non-native speakers around the world. It is spoken by business professionals, travelers, teachers, and students.
Global English Features
- Does not contain flowery or poetic idioms, colloquialisms, or slang
- Does not focus on grammar rules
- Avoids passive tense
- Ignores minor errors in favor of meaningful communication
- Consists of short, simple, clear sentences
- Focuses on phrasal verbs and project-based communication
Global English is not perfect, but it gets the job done. The world is moving faster and faster, and Global English allows people of different language backgrounds to communicate quickly, confidently, and effectively.
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