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Anglophone

A person, company, or country for which English is the primary language. Because of the importance of America and the UK in the global economy, English is one of the most common languages in international commerce.
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They are King's School, which is the only school to have been rated 'outstanding' ever since inspections began, GEMS Wellington International School, Jumeirah College, Jumeirah English Speaking School, Dubai College, GEMS Jumeirah Primary School, Jumeirah English Speaking School, GEMS Dubai American Academy, GEMS Modern Academy, The Indian High School, Dubai English Speaking Private College Repton School, Lycee Francaise International Georges Pompidou Primary, Dubai International Academy and GEMS Royal Dubai School.
Football: Doha English Speaking School, British International School, Jeddah and St Christopher's School, Bahrain.
An accent projects where you come from, and, ironically, there is no doubt about the origins of those Scots and Irish correspondents who report on Wales' English speaking broadcasting channels.
Prices start from PS3,795pp for a 16 day tour to Brazil, including flights, accommodation, meals, transportation and sightseeing with an English speaking guide.
Emirates NBD announced today that Jumeirah English Speaking School - Jumeirah had won the top prize in 'Battle of the Brains' - a quiz contest for Dubai schools, hosted recently by the bank at Safa Private School.
Research also has shown that most people with limited English speaking skills prefer to communicate in their native language.
Emirates English Speaking School put up a spirited display before their innings folded at 146 runs, just 6 runs short of OOEHS Al Ain.
While students from a number of countries attend the specific school, according to Politis, the acts of delinquency and often violence were primarily noted among the English speaking students.
The English Speaking Club of Bern was founded in 1978 as a meeting point for all English speakers in Bern.
A CROP survey of more than 3,000 English speaking and Francophone Quebecers reports that in the western part of Montreal (where the province's largest concentration of Anglophones are found) 55% of English-speakers of the sample said they were generally satisfied with access, while only 39% felt the same way in Montreal's largely French-speaking east end.
Berard, Robert, "A Cardinal for English Speaking Canada, 1930-37.
Relations of Power and Solidarity in Scientific Communities: A Cross-cultural Comparison of Politeness Strategies in the Writing of Native English Speaking and Greek Engineers