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Is it better to live in a country where the native language is English?

  • Is better because you "breathe" English Language.

    You practice Listening and Speaking and you can develop Writing by yourself keeping a journal. Even more, attend a qualified school in the English native-language country you're living for a considerable period of time, for example a minimum of 3 months and a maximum of 6 months. To get a job in that country it's even more helpful.

  • What makes English superior?

    There's nothing particularly special about the English language that would make it better in any sort of way, especially in affecting living standards. Language is just a means of communicating. The coincidence that some of the more developed countries have English as a native language is quite arbitrary. Consistently the countries with the highest living standards are not English anyway, so statistically speaking, no, English countries aren't better to live in


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