With the signing of an agreement between Great Britain and the European Union regarding the English-language and the changes that would have to be made for it to become more suited for use in the European Union. Though the changes would be mainly phonetic, some letters would be replaced by others to conform to what would be required for an easier way to speak and write Euro-English.
Throughout the history of the world no language as ever attained the heights that the English-language has reached in the areas of space, science and technology.
Today, we have added yet another form of English to that long list that already existed before in terms of vocabulary.
Just consider Baboo or Desi English as spoken in Bharat (India), or the Singlish of Singapore, or the Chinglish as spoken in China, and not leaving out Japan where Japlish is spoken. But then consider Pidgin English the official language of Papua New Guinea.
We have a clear picture of English, the growth of which gives us a living and vibrant language and the manner in which it wends it way through countries and becomes completely invisible in time.
Kenneth T. Tellis