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english as a global languageEngland or great britain has a long history of colonisation. In 1585 they started their colonisation of the New World, in 1788 they landed in Australia and in 1840 they also became involved in New Zealand. In 1795 they occupied Cape Town and from there they moved to the former Rhodesia and other countries in Southern Africa. From 1858 they took control of India and “by 1900 the British Empire was in a class by itself, embracing nearly one-fourth of the Earth’s territory and some 400 million people.” (Daniels, 2006:231). Although the British Empire is now history, they played a decisive role in many countries in the world. Implications for the english Language If one looks at this information, it could be expected that the conqueror would not have left the colonised country untouched. english is spoken by most people in north america, Australia and New Zealand. Even in South Africa it is the Lingua Franca, although it is only one of eleven official languages. The indian Constitution is written in english although most Indians are not native english speakers. It is nearly impossible to be a successful tourist guide in any country in the world without the ability to communicate