Superior in what sense? An inconsistent language made up of thousands of other long-existed languages can't qualify superiority IMO. If you said that because many countries seem to embrace the language more than any other, probably because it's the official language of two great nations (UK and US), then that alone wouldn't make a point. While it might be convenient for one to play around with many English words (probably formed from other languages) that may be misconstrued, you can't use "simplicity" as a point to support your opinion either. It's not the hardest well-known language, neither is it the simplest. Waiting in anticipation for your response!