In search of an Asian lingua franca

Almost everywhere in Asia English is the second language, and it is in everyday use in India, the Philippines, Singapore and Malaysia. But there are hints that things are changing, that while English will surely remain the global lingua franca for the foreseeable future, its position may be undermined by different languages.¬†International Herald Tribune, Saturday, May 28, 2005. Read the whole article…

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