EU Languages and Brexit
some time ago an article was added about the languages of the EU and English is currently one of those languages. This involves teams of English translators being employed by the EU to cover a long list of combinations of languages. English can also be considered a common language in the EU as it is understood fluently by many there although it is not their native language.
However, will English remain in the EU post-Brexit? Strictly speaking, English will no longer be the language of any of the nations. However, English retains it’s value of being a common language within the EU and for international trade. The question is whether politics is more important than practical application. The English interpreters in the EU must be asking themselves this question.
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