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english as a global languageThis paper shall ask the question "Is english a global language?" The question will be answered by comparing and contrasting two seperate articles on the subject, which take opposing viewpoints on the subject. The first article is 'Why a global language?'. This article is actually the first chapter of a book entitled 'english as a Global Language.' by David Crystal. The second article is entitled 'What Global Language?', and was written by Barbara Wallraff. Complete bibliographies are included at the end of this paper. David Crystal argues very convincingly that not only does the world require a global language, but that we already have one. This language, Crystal argues, is english. Crystal begins by defining a global language in very general terms. A global language is one that can be given official status by government agencies, and is one that is made a priority in any particular nation's foreign-language teaching cirriculum. Crystal does make exception for the united states, which is an english-speaking nation by any measure. The debate on making english an official language in the U.S. Is a very controvertial one. That being said, this paper shall not delve too deeply into the