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李艳斌(Mike)
Who can explain to me how to name a name for the Coutry that speaking English.

Hello All, 

I am an software Engineer living and working in Shanghai China. I am learning English, but always feels Grammer is very difficult.

I don't know  the grammer  of my sentense if is correct. 

The title I wrriten use chinese language is "谁可以给我解释一下, 说英语的国家怎么起名"

Many thanks for corret my English grammer errors and explain how to name for people.

Best Regards

艳斌

Sep 9, 2016 11:17 AM
Comments · 4

A country where English is the main language is called "an English-speaking country." It's as simple as that. 

For a list of English-speaking countries, see 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/English-speaking_world

It is not always easy to decide which countries should be called "English-speaking countries." For example, the United States has no official language--although the majority of the population speaks English as their first language, and more than half of all native English speakers in the world live in the United States.

(The United States is also the second-largest Spanish-speaking country in the world, second only to Mexico. Yes, there are more Spanish speakers in the United States than there are in Spain).

September 9, 2016
  
September 9, 2016
Hi infact you do not have to learn a Grammar, you'd better study the language. 
I always suggest to learn Novels by heart. (and practice your skills)
 
September 9, 2016

Hello,


Well my english isn't very good either here's my suggestion...

Starting with your title, if im not right I would just say "HOW TO NAME A COUNTRY THAT SPEAKS ENGLISH? or since that you're asking for help "WHO CAN EXPLAIN TO ME HOW TO NAME A COUNTRY THAT SPEAKS ENGLISH?"


So now answering you're question....

There are many countries that speak english, like England (english), Canada (canadian), Australia (australian), USA (american), South Africa (south affrican), Jamaica (jamaican) and the list goes on...


And yes, they  all speak english but I guess that they are defined by their countries and not by their language. #(this is what i think i dont know if i'm right or not)#

I hope i was useful here.

September 9, 2016
李艳斌(Mike)
Language Skills
Chinese (Mandarin), English
Learning Language
English