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The English language in numbers.




English has propagated into every corner of the world. It is the language of science, media, the internet, and the world's lingua franca. Almost everyone has some understanding of English. Because English matters, we brought to you an infographic that shows some interesting stats and numbers about English. So, without further ado, let's get down to it. 



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  1. Definitely worth spreading to and sharing with both students and teachers. I am going to use some of the data with my pupils and also, to update my "Why is learning English important" presentation.

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  2. This is really worth sharing. English is considered as a Universal Language, it is used to communicate to natives when you are visiting other countries.

    Learning English can be difficult per person, so I want to share as well a community where you can get an English Tutor who can help and teach you English from the basics to the most advanced.
    That community is called TUTOROO. They connect tutors and students for an in-person language lessons. You can select a tutor you want and the team will assist you all the way. And I can guarantee that their tutors are skilled and qualified.

    Check out their website at www.tutoroo.co

    #LearnEverywhere #TeachAnywhere #EnglishTutors

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