The Importance of English Language

A language is tool by using that a person can be able to communicate his feelings to another person. So for the purpose of communication a language is necessary. The position which a language occupies in other countries is largely determined by the cultural, political, economic position of its implanters and their quality of civilization and advancement made by them in the field of science and technology.

The English language is an important language of the world it is the mother tongue of two advanced countries of the world America and Great Britain. It is being spoken by half of the population of the world at present. Now it has gained the status of international language. It has become lingua France of the people of the world. It is no longer the exclusive possession of English race. Now it is the language of international communication but English is practically a language of administration, science, literature and diplomacy. English possesses a rich vocabulary, variety of expression and rich literature and culture. William Shakespeare’s dramas are compendium of wisdom and knowledge. English helps us to understand and appreciate master minds not only of English but those of the other languages like Zola, Brlzrc, Tolstoy, Cervence, Bores Pastemack, Goete, Maxum Gorky, Dante, Aristotle, Scorates and such others.

English language has universal use and appeals as a language of science and technology. Developing and poor countries can not afford to conduct independent research all the important fields of science such as agriculture, industry health and communications etc. These countries have a miserable low stage and standard of finance and scientist. They borrow largely from English, because it is source in all these fields. The rich English speaking nations conduct costly researches and poor nations easily borrow from them. Moreover fast developing science and technology in the field of space, computers etc go on coming and introducing new words which only...