People speak English all over the world. In Russia and France, in Germany and Italy, in Spain and Egypt people learn English as a foreign language. It is a language of science, trade, culture and business. It is a universal language of international aviation, shipping, and sports. It is also the principal language of diplomacy. Hundreds of books, magazines, newspapers are printed in English. 45% of the world’s mail and 60% of phone calls are in English. Half of the world’s literature is written in English. English is spoken by 35 mln people. Geographically, English is the most widespread language. It is the official language of the UK, the USA, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. English has become an international language in the 20th century. People will inderstand you practically everywhere if you speak English, but people speak American English in the USA, and British English in Great Britain. Different words often name the same things. People live in flats in England but they live in apartments in America. They eat cookies and candies in the USA, but biscuits and sweets in Great Britain. Children start school in fall in America but in autumn in England. That’s very interesting indeed.
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