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  1. French became an international language in the Middle Ages, when the power of the Kingdom of France made it the second international language, alongside Latin.This status continued to grow into the 18th century, by which time French was the language of European diplomacy and international relations.

  2. Sep 14, 2017 · English does not have to be acquired monolingually, nor is this how it is used as a global lingua franca. As part of a course induction, students could be introduced to the idea of 'global Englishes' at the start of the semester, and to the fact that the ideal EMI teacher may not be someone with a ‘native’ or a ‘native-like’ accent .

  3. In economics, capital goods or capital consists of "those durable produced goods that are in turn used as productive inputs for further production" of goods and services. At the macroeconomic level, "the nation's capital stock includes buildings, equipment, software, and inventories during a given year."

  4. Scottish perspective on news, sport, business, lifestyle, food and drink and more, from Scotland's national newspaper, The Scotsman.

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