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A language to rule them all

The English language has not become universal language because it has the largest number of native speakers (Chinese and the Spanish have more) but because it has the largest number of non-native speakers. China, for example, has the population of speakers of English as a second language in the world. In Korea, parents even practice a small surgery under the tongue to their children so that they can more smoothly to pronounce phonemes resulting them more complicated to articulate Asian. The prevalence of English over other languages is indisputable. The Spanish has absorbed hundreds of English words. Moreover, many syntactic structures are altered by the presence of English in our language: the famous "based on" as Anglicism or incorrect uses of gerunds, as Anglicism’s adjectival gerunds and posterity. Obviously, the existence of a lingualfrancs is not something necessarily negative. Some can ensure that it unites us, since we would all be able to understand us through a univer…