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Philological sciences - Open specialized section
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2015, May
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Scientific article

The article outlines the current status of English in the world and analyzes some aspects of its functioning in Sweden as a foreign language in terms of the continuous development and internationalization of the country.

language situation, global language, national language, killer language, linguistic dominance, Kachru’s model, language policy

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