Which of the following would provide the best justification for the existence of English in Japanese commercials, despite the fact that most Japanese do not understand English? A. To many Japanese, the mere voicing of an English word evokes a cosmopolitan splendor, thereby conferring sophistication onto whatever is being advertised. B. Often an American or British actor will be featured in a Japanese commercial. C. Some Japanese are unable to tell the difference between English that has a strong Japanese accent and English that is spoken by a native speaker. D. Japanese tend to associate French words with romance, even if they are completely unaware of the words being spoken. E. Some products, when advertised in English, do not always sell as well as when they are advertised in Japanese.