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I can’t lay my hands on the reference, but David Crystal has reported an increase in the use of informations by native speakers, as a result of its use by non-native speakers. The OED has 59 citations showing its use.

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Recently, I posted a questionquestion hinting that the non-native speakers' request: "How do you call [it]?", was slowly becoming more common even among native speakers, even Barak Obama (one of the most eloquent orators in today's politics) used this construction in a recent speech held in Germany.

  • What expressions by non-native speakers are being used/adopted by English native speakers today?
  • How has global English affected “English as she is spoke” by BrEng, AmEng and AusEng speakers?

I can’t lay my hands on the reference, but David Crystal has reported an increase in the use of informations by native speakers, as a result of its use by non-native speakers. The OED has 59 citations showing its use.

@Barrie England (link)

Recently, I posted a question hinting that the non-native speakers' request: "How do you call [it]?", was slowly becoming more common even among native speakers, even Barak Obama (one of the most eloquent orators in today's politics) used this construction in a recent speech held in Germany.

  • What expressions by non-native speakers are being used/adopted by English native speakers today?
  • How has global English affected “English as she is spoke” by BrEng, AmEng and AusEng speakers?

I can’t lay my hands on the reference, but David Crystal has reported an increase in the use of informations by native speakers, as a result of its use by non-native speakers. The OED has 59 citations showing its use.

@Barrie England (link)

Recently, I posted a question hinting that the non-native speakers' request: "How do you call [it]?", was slowly becoming more common even among native speakers, even Barak Obama (one of the most eloquent orators in today's politics) used this construction in a recent speech held in Germany.

  • What expressions by non-native speakers are being used/adopted by English native speakers today?
  • How has global English affected “English as she is spoke” by BrEng, AmEng and AusEng speakers?
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The influence of non-native speakers on the English language

I can’t lay my hands on the reference, but David Crystal has reported an increase in the use of informations by native speakers, as a result of its use by non-native speakers. The OED has 59 citations showing its use.

@Barrie England (link)

Recently, I posted a question hinting that the non-native speakers' request: "How do you call [it]?", was slowly becoming more common even among native speakers, even Barak Obama (one of the most eloquent orators in today's politics) used this construction in a recent speech held in Germany.

  • What expressions by non-native speakers are being used/adopted by English native speakers today?
  • How has global English affected “English as she is spoke” by BrEng, AmEng and AusEng speakers?