Too much English spoken in Europe?

CAFE BABEL.COM–The European Day of Languages provides an excellent opportunity to draw attention to the issue of linguistic fairness in the European Union. So what is the problem? In Europe’s linguistic landscape, English is the most widely-spoken foreign language amongst full story

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One Response to Too much English spoken in Europe?

  1. Brian Barker says:

    There is indeed too much English in Europe and indeed this creates discrimination, in turn, against minority languages.

    A language like Esperanto, however avoids discrimination against all languages, whether large or small, onto an equal footing.

    An interesting video can be seen at http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-8837438938991452670

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