Anglophone

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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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TS Korea to secure experienced and qualified maids offers two months' training for English-speaking Filipinas in the Philippines and Korea to teach them about housekeeping and to familiarize them with the foreign community and Korean culture.
com, the first and only membership site dedicated to ensuring the health and wellness of Japan's English-speaking community.
George Economides, and the honors graduate student of the MBA Full-Time English-speaking Program (2012), Mrs Georgia Katsifaraki, were the main speakers during the ceremony.
He emphasizes that whereas 51% of Internet users were English-speaking in 2000, this figure dropped to 32% by 2005 and continues to drop.
An advertising campaign for tegaserod (Zelnorm), however, did cause a statistically significant increase in English-speaking areas.
For the first time, they will have to have a minimum level of English, with the new rules including English-speaking employees who will have to be able to prove they can properly communicate with non- English speaking staff.
English-speaking Catholics live in the rest of Canada, with an important group in Quebec.
The English-speaking peoples of the world need to unite around their common heritage of values.
Graham formed her company in 1929, and it's now the oldest dance troupe, modern or classical, in the English-speaking world.
decades later, one Daniel Libeskind was running another Cranbrook class that could spawn Jesse Reiser, Ben Nicholson, Karl Chu, Raoul Bunschoten, Donald Bates and Hani Rashid--names that have lately formed and informed the more quizzical corners of the English-speaking architectural world.
The study by the USIIA found that English-speaking minority groups are leading adoption of modern communications technology in the US.
Originally produced by CCTV in China for English-speaking children, After School Chinese Mandarin Chinese Language Course Level 1 is the first of a four-level curriculum in conversational Chinese.