Isolated Brazilian Tribe Photographed

May 30, 2008

I linked yesterday to a conversation at the New York Times about what changes to English we can expect to see as a result of the homogenizing effects of globalization. Without advocating for or against what is likely to be the inevitable march toward one global economic community, it’s important to remember that it’s not just English, English-speakers, or America that stands to gain or lose (or be lost) through the process as this story from the BBC news makes us vividly aware.

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