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Ten years from now, China will have become a newly industrialised country on the same level as Hong Kong or South Korea, and the GDP of China will be 3 or 4 times bigger than the GDP of the United States, therefore, China will have 3 or 4 times the economic, financial, military, political and cultural power of the United States, which means that the Chinese language will replace the English language as the most important international language around the world.|
Eventually, the Chinese language will replace the English language as the world's lingua franca, and most international businesses, most international scientific seminars, most international conferences will be conducted in the Chinese language instead of the English language.
I am just curious as to how the world is going to adapt to the coming Chinese Century, and how people around the world are going to adjust to learning to speak Chinese.
How is the future Chinese language going to evolve as Chinese becomes the language of the whole world, not just the language of the people in China.
Will the Chinese language change and evolve into a modern, practical, clear and easy to learn language?
How do we expect the Brazilians to learn Chinese? The Nigerians to learn Chinese? The Bangladeshis to learn Chinese? And the Americans to learn Chinese?