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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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I can speak Welsh and French, but I would class myself as a firstlanguage English-speaker and I am both a proud Welshman and Briton.
Nor because he likens English-speakers to carriers of a disgusting disease.
With the Jahai and English-speakers living in very different environments and speaking unrelated languages, Majid and co-author Nicole Kruspe, from Lund University in Sweden, turned to two groups in the Malay Peninsula who speak a closely-related language: the Semaq Beri hunter-gatherer community and the Semelai horticultural community that grows rice and other plants.
In fact, many defenders of Hispanic culture believe it is the only way to educate kids who are not native English-speakers.
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.
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.
Language extremists like Seimon Glyn and Simon Brooks spread their inflammatory comments about English-speakers being like "a tidal wave" swamping the so-called heartlands.
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.
However, in the years when S4C had a link to English-speakers through the Channel 4 programmes it showed, it should have done much more than it did to promote the use of the language among the monoglot majority.
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.
-IT is not English-speakers who are destroying the Welsh language.
S4C is irrelevant to the great majority of English-speakers. Transferring excess BBC Wales programmes to S4C would cost nothing and would end the disruption to national schedules which cause so many viewers to avoid that channel.