The closest language to english is a language that is native to the country to which you live. If you live in the United States, you are most likely speaking English. If you live in Australia, you are most likely speaking English. If you live in Germany, you might be speaking German. If you live in Greece, you might be speaking Greek. If you live in Russia, you might be speaking Russian. If you live in Mexico, you might be speaking Spanish.
So why would a person want to speak English? Well, in general, speaking English brings with it an increase in sales. Also, when you have the entire world to communicate with, it’s easier to get a hold of your target audience. It might take a little while to get your language right, but it’s worth it in the end.
Now, speaking English isn’t the only thing that makes English the language of Europe. In the United States, English is the language that’s spoken on the major newspapers and TV networks, and when you hear someone speaking English you can almost always tell whether they’re American or English. Even if you don’t know English well, you should still try to pick up the lingo.
English is the lingua franca of Europe and you can probably tell the differences between British English and American English. American English is more slangy and less formal, while British English tends to be more precise and formal. Its also more common to hear people speak English with a hint of French or German than it is to hear people speak with a hint of Spanish or Russian. If you speak English well, it seems to become natural that you can easily understand the British accent.
The problem with English is its more or less arbitrary language. Its too informal for its own good, so the way we speak has to be more formal and structured than the way we speak in other languages. If we’re not going to communicate with each other through a formal language, we will need to learn another one that is. As a result, English is probably the most difficult language to learn to speak well.
I can think of no language in which English is less informal than the Spanish one, and vice versa. I am not even sure if its English which is the most hard to understand or its Spanish which is the most difficult to speak.
The problem is that we are not going to be able to communicate in any formal language (like Spanish) because it is the language that the US government uses and everyone uses it to communicate with each other. Thus, it will come down to us.
We believe that the closest language that we will be able to communicate in is English. The problem is that English is the only language which we will be able to speak with anyone who we meet. If we can’t speak Spanish, then we won’t be able to speak English to anyone. Also, English is the language of commerce and commerce is what we hope to do if we end up being friends with anyone.
The problem is that the US government uses and everyone uses it to communicate with each other. Thus, it will come down to us. We believe that the closest language that we will be able to communicate in is English. The problem is that English is the language of commerce and commerce is what we hope to do if we end up being friends with anyone.
You are right that commerce is an issue, but there are other reasons why we should speak English. We’re going to be selling to the US government, creating a new language, and we’re very sure that anyone who speaks English will want to be friends with us.