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-{{Template}}+{{Template}}'''English''' is a [[West Germanic languages|West Germanic language]] originating in [[England]], and the [[first language]] for most people in [[Australia]], [[Canada]], the [[Commonwealth Caribbean]], [[Ireland]], [[New Zealand]], the [[United Kingdom]] and the [[United States|United States of America]] (also commonly known as the [[Anglosphere]]). It is used extensively as a [[second language]] and as an [[official language]] throughout the world, especially in [[Commonwealth of Nations|Commonwealth]] countries such as [[India]], [[Pakistan]] and [[South Africa]], and in many [[international organisation]]s.
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 +Modern English is sometimes described as the global [[lingua franca]].
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English is a West Germanic language originating in England, and the first language for most people in Australia, Canada, the Commonwealth Caribbean, Ireland, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States of America (also commonly known as the Anglosphere). It is used extensively as a second language and as an official language throughout the world, especially in Commonwealth countries such as India, Pakistan and South Africa, and in many international organisations.

Modern English is sometimes described as the global lingua franca.

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