Article 71

Mon Mar 20 09:30:37 CST 1995

What happened to Chinese being the most dominant language (Is it

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From:           "DAVID C. TAYLOR" <stddct at PIP.SHSU.EDU>
Subject:        Re: Article 71
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> Selecting English as preferred language may seem
> logical, but no one can predict what language will be the dominant one
> within, say, a century,
> Yours, Hendrik Segers.

If English is *not* the predominant language in a century then something
went terribly wrong anyway.

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