(46) Challenging the stereotypes of correct usage in connection with English lingua franca
(ELF) can be healthy, as certain aspects of idiomaticity are difficult to master for E2 speakers; the role of such culturally loaded vocabulary items and idioms can be questioned in an international language.
' was chosen out of 900 submissions, Malimas pointed out.
We must recognize the use and value of the regional lingua franca
but it is important that we have to develop and use the national lingua franca
to unite us as a people, and as one country.
The concept of an original Uralic lingua franca
is obviously very appealing and, as A.
English is the world's lingua franca
and ELP is a vital asset for international military, corporate, and government leaders.
Otherwise, most of what fills the commentary track is the lingua franca
of production: location hardships, numbers of takes, and lots of sighing over the wardrobe that got away: "Hey, what happened to that jacket?" We do see an alternate ending in which the car falls slo-mo down the canyon, but Scott's commentary on this footage won't spark any revisionist readings.
The idea is to create a digital lingua franca
then use that single language to connect business operations over the Web.
These characteristics have made XML the lingua franca
of Web services.
Although English is the offical language, Afrikaans is still the lingua franca
among many Namibians.
It reads and writes XML (eXtensible Markup Language, the lingua franca
for exchanging digital information) [See story on XML, page 7.].
The article describes the origins of HTML, the Hypertext Markup Language, currently the lingua franca
of the Web that originated with SGML, the Standard Generalized Markup Language.
Just as English is the universal language of commercial pilots, so XBRL soon will be the lingua franca
for all business reporting--from issuing financial statements to banks and shareholders to filing 10-Ks with the SEC or uploading business information onto a Web site.