klausnick/莫罗佐夫·尼科莱/профан (klausnick) wrote,

the universal language on the Internet is English

In general, the universal language on the Internet is English, or more exactly a vague collection of languages called "English" because their common origin is the national language spoken in England by the English. That national language has spread over the world, and several variants such as American (US) English, Australian English, etc exist. A great number of people whose native language is none of the variants know English as a foreign language. They typically use a more or less simplified variant, e.g. excluding most of the idioms of British, American, Australian etc English. Of course, they make mistakes, and sometimes the "English" used by people as a foreign language on the Internet is almost incomprehensible to anyone else. In addition, people who use English as their native language do not know how to spell difficult words, since they basically know English as a spoken language.

Thus, roughly speaking, the universal language of the Internet is clumsy, coarse and misspelled "English".

Tags: Интернет, английский язык, языки

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