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NEED FOR PROMOTING SPOKEN ENGLISH IN THE LIGHT OF GLOBALIZATION SCENERIO

*Jaipal Das Karanam

Research scholar Dept. of English ,

Andhra University

**Prof.T.Narayana

Professor, dept. of English,

Andhra university

Email : jaipalkaranam87@gmail.com

 

 

 

Introduction:

It is indisputable fact that English language and Globalization go side by side for the world trade, commerce, science and technology.  If they don’t go hand in hand, there is no world economy because of no sharing of knowledge and information and no distribution of wealth.  Hence the need for English language has became imminent as there is no any other language spoken around the world them English.  According to one estimate, there will be two billion people speaking or learning English within a decade.      Among the six official languages of the United Nations Organization, English is the most relying and one of the working ones.  The domain of English is, today a basic need for any official or professional in any major area.  The internationalization of manpower made nations adopt English as the official language of the world.  Any employable youth will have a very fewer chances of employment without considerable skills in communicative English.  It is proved in our regional contact of the campus interviews.  Only those young graduates who were good at communication skills in English language got selected and the rest those who did not acquire those skills were left out unemployed with a burden not only to the parents but also to the society.

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