Abstract：With the further development of economic globalization, English globalization also becomes a trend. In China, the two concepts appear-“Chinglish” and “China English”. This paper will present the differences between Chinglish and China English by analyzing their definition, features and causes to express an idea that Chinglish should be avoided and China English should be developed.
Key words：Chinglish; China English; Comparison; Solutions
English, as an international language or a global language, has been much written about since the last century in the light of the widespread use of English as a language for international communication. It is estimated that the total number of the persons speaking English in the world had reached two billion by the end of the twentieth century (Todd 1995:41). As a result, when broadly used in different regions and areas as the Lingua Franca, English comes into contact with other languages and culture, leading to the appearance of nativization. Nativization of English has its own features in pronunciation, spell, vocabulary, grammar and so on. So when speaking of English, it does not confine it to British English or American English, nor to Canadian English, Australian English, etc. Instead, Asian English, African English or The Third World English has aroused more and more attention in the world....