Every language has the same chance to grow up and become dominating language in the world and also can be dead because of lost of users. Economic, politics, partnership, and culture have important role to decide which language will dominate in globalization era. For example the growing of Muslim population supports the growing of Arabic language; the growing of China in economic and influence triggers people to learn Chinese; Spanish mostly spoken by people in South America countries, and English continue its influence in the world because of pop culture spread, economic influence from US and UK, and growing of Information, Communication and Technology (ICT).
Everybody can put something into the melting pot of English so that when people meet from a whole variety of nations, as you get so often in business meetings and international conferences or just in a hotel in any part of the world, and English is being used as the lingua franca, could a lingua franca English, and that’s the term that’s often used these days, which is culturally not identifiable with any one place because it’s a mixture of everything, could that be the norm? And I think, probably, that’s the way it’s going to go.