This research will focus on the differences exhibited within the three worlds of English, specifically the Inner Circles, Outer Circles as well as the Expanding Circles. In addition, it shall focus on the debates that have been raised in regard to the three worlds of English.
Research has shown that the inner circle of English basically involves the fundamental bases of English speakers, characterized by primary or what has been referred as native speakers. The Inner circle of English includes various countries that are inhabited by primary speakers of this language i.e. Britain, Canada, United States of America, New Zealand as well as Australia.
According to Krachu’s Scheme, the varieties of English Language spoken in the countries within the inner circle are ‘norm providing’ in nature. That is, the inner circle represents socio-linguistic bases of English and the traditional historical bases, where English norms are set by the cultures of the native speakers or the primary speakers. The average number of English speakers in this circle is approximately 380,000 million. However, some 120 million people within this circle speak the language in other countries. In addition, some researchers have argued that the spread of English stemmed up from the migration of British people to other countries such as, Australia, New Zealand, Canada et cetera.
Another imperative aspect of the inner circle is based on the fact that the essence of Speaking English is Multi-Functional in the sense that its transmission occurs through the family and is usually maintained through various government or even quasi-government processes. Quasi-inter-government processes include channels like; the media, schools as well as other pertinent social systems of learning.
Moreover, the inner circle of English world is characterized by standard accent, that is, the native speakers of English in this World of English pronounce or term words in an