|Author: sachin.a.sahae 10 Jan 2009 Member Level: Silver Points : 2|
|Happy New Year to you also and best wishes.|
You are so right Spandana that English has become such an integral part of our daily lives that now we can't deny or do without it. We Indians by nature follow the British English which as you had rightly said is given to us by the legacy of years of British occupation. We have to learn any other version of English. Though most of us learn B. E. too but it's so deep rooted in our own language systems. Imagine words like (postman, torch, doctor, rickshaw, bus, engine, telephone, train, etc.) are so part of the speakings of even an uneducated village folk. English had left long ago but English stayed and is here to stay for long and for good.
|Author: Subi 15 Jan 2009 Member Level: Silver Points : 0|
|Thanks for the tip.I am sure this will help many.|
|Author: srb123 15 Jan 2009 Member Level: Gold Points : 1|
|we cannot live without speaking English. people at present look down those who talk in other languages. It is necessary to learn a good English and to have a good command over it. It is important for international communications also.|