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English—To Go!

The following guest post is by Paul Croce ([email protected]), a Fulbright Fellow at Università di Roma III, Rome, Italy, and Professor of History and American Studies at Stetson University, DeLand, Florida. Spending the spring semester teaching in Rome, I felt very spoiled.  Not only was I teaching the history of my country in my native language, but also, I kept bumping into English words on the street.  The globalization of English includes not only more people speaking this language of British Empire and American influence, but also more people using English words in the everyday speech of their home country.  Read more