RE: Lingua Franca Today
Among other things, I'm fascinated by how this thread has turned into a
discussion of something quite different from the original question.
From what I can tell from various job descriptions and postings, the term you
want (alas!) is Business English.
i think so, but it so reminds me of Smith Corona typewriters. (I grew up in the town that once produced the buggy whip of the information age) That's why I hesitated, it sounded dusty and old.
but here, in doing research, I found this. Business English Hangman for students learning English as a second language! :)
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