Arokiasamy: English – the ‘silk’ that binds the world today (Go Beyond)

Arokiasamy: English – the ‘silk’ that binds the world today (Go Beyond)

By Louis Arokiasamy Ferris State University faculty member   In the ancient thoroughfares such as the Silk Road – where differing cultures met – trade languages evolved out of necessity to communicate. These trade languages developed in the form of creoles and pidgins or through the adoption of dominant languages such as Greek and Latin. […]

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