Franglais: How English Is Ruining The French Of The French

Français : Enseignes de commerce dans les rues...

Français : Enseignes de commerce dans les rues du quartier historique de La Rochelle, France (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

PARIS – Feelings of displacement, vanishing sense of identity, loss of bearings: there’s no dearth of reasons to explain the French attraction to extremes — whether on the right or left — during the last presidential election. Of course, the economic crisis, unemployment and globalization are the main reasons why many French people feel they are not doing so well. But one could add something else – far less important, indeed perhaps only symbolic, but that has an impact that may be far greater than we can imagine: poor usage of the French language and over-use of English.

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