Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Globalization"

Synonyms of "Globalization" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between The economic globalization can trace back to the great geographical discovery. and The economic globalization can be traced back to the great geographical discovery. ?
A: No the first sentence is incorrect because “can trace back” is the wrong tense and should be “can be traced back”

The meaning of that phrase is that history can be studied and looking through time the origin is...

Translations of "Globalization"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? It's no longer globalization, it's Coronazation.
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? globalization
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what is the globalization?
A: @lanosh: What is globalization?

Other questions about "Globalization"

Q: As globalization proceeds, every kind of mutual interdependence becomes deeper and deeper. Does this sound natural?
A: × As globalization proceeds, every kind of mutual interdependence becomes deeper and deeper.
✓ As globalization ①progresses, ②[all interdependencies] ③[become deeper and deeper/deepen].


short answer at the bottom !

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①to me it sounds more natural to use "progresses" here, even though "proceeds" makes sense. I think, personally, if it doesn't have the power to move on its own, then using "proceed" doesn't quite seem to fit.

② It's okay to just use the plural noun to generalize -"interdependencies." But, if you want to stress that "every one" is included, you can use the suggestions as is.

Apples - can be 1 type, a few types, or ALL types of apples
Interdependencies - can be just one interdependency, or many, or all.

something that is interdependent is by definition mutual, so you don't need to say mutual interdependence.

③A lot of times, adjectives also have a verb form that means "becoming more and more [adj]"
ex, becoming:
madder and madder - madden
thinner and thinner - thin(verb)
wider and wider - widen
darker and darker - darken
etc.

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Finally, this sentence is kind of difficult, there are a lot of words in here that have multiple forms, sooo here are some other ways to write this:

*"As the world globalizes, everything becomes more deeply interdependent." (this is how I would express this idea)

"As the world becomes more globalized, interdependencies of all aspects will deepen."
Q: What should we do to deal with globalization? Does this sound natural?
A: Also, more directly:
How do we deal with/cope up with globalization?

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Q: ​​ With the globalization that is affecting on low and high context societies, people have a lot of opportunities to interact with individuals of different culture backgrounds. In order to communicate with each other effectively, they need to learn about different cultures and people in high context societies in particular must be able to use other languages with more fluency. In this way, they can be understood in a more accurate manner. Does this sound natural?
A: Almost, try saying: "With the globalization that is affecting on low and high context societies, people have a lot of opportunities to interact with individuals of other cultural backgrounds. In order to communicate with each other effectively, they need to learn about different cultures, and people in high context societies in particular must be able to use other languages with more fluency. This way, they can be understood in a more accurate manner."
Q: What do you think about globalization in terms of domestic employment ?
A: The sentence sounds understandable.

(If you are asking the question) I think it works both ways. Globalization can harm domestic employment by creating more competition, but it can also lead to advancements in technology and science. This leads to more capital and an increase in jobs.
Q: As the economic globalization takes its depth into every corner of the world, it is almost compulsory for countries to embrace the trend and seek for cooperation with other economic participants to realize mutual development. Countries are now no longer independent individuals that can be separated from the rest of the world. Does this sound natural?
A: Only change I would make is when you say "embrace the trend & seek for cooperation with other economic participants", I would change it to "embrace the trend and seek cooperation FROM other economic participants"

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