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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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Nor because he likens English-speakers to carriers of a disgusting disease.
In fact, many defenders of Hispanic culture believe it is the only way to educate kids who are not native English-speakers.
Conversely, an insightful body of research on language and identity (Block, 2007; Pavlenko & Blackledge, 2004; Toohey, 2000), and especially Norton's (1995, 1997, 2000) seminal work on identity as a site of struggle (along with her concept of investment to understand the complex relationship between the language learner and the target language) explains why English-speakers assert their own idiolect or locally or regionally accepted norms of speech for communication in and across all the spheres of English: inner, outer, and expanding circles.
Lanaudiere's English-speakers were among the least satisfied (21%).
Many Welsh-speaking parents in the late 19th and early 20th centuries chose to bring up their children as monoglot English-speakers and this resulted in a whole generation being deprived of the language and the host of cultural and social benefits that go with it.
Even when authors are native English-speakers, they are still fallible and often do not verify all their quotations, make sure that all quoted authors are in the works cited, or accurately employ MLA style.
He added: "Their tactics are to intimidate any English-speakers, whether Welsh or English-born, out of what they see as their communities.
During the first half of the twentieth century, Auguste Perret's architecture was even more prestigious in France than Le Corbusier's, Most English-speakers know about him and his brothers from Peter Collins's Concrete, The Vision of A New Architecture.
This word was probably unfamiliar to most English-speakers before Christmas," said Robert Beard, PhD, President of The Lexiteria and former CEO of yourDictionary.
Otherwise, the English-speakers would expect her to translate lessons into their language, and they wouldn't learn Spanish.
KE has successfully placed exceptional Chinese engineers, English-speakers with strong, international industry experience, at customer sites in the U.
Even in their own areas it is often hard for Welsh speakers to get services in Welsh, while everyone is always ready to change into English for English-speakers.