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  • bilingual method

    the English Language arrived in South Asia as a result of colonisation. Unlike its history in the Caribbean, however, English has always co-existed in the Indian subcontinent alongside thousands of local languages. So for most of the population, it has only ever been a second language. The origins...

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  • Drtfyghu

    is a member of the Indo- European of languages, which includes many of the major languages of Europe and Asia. It is spoken by about 350 million people all over the world as their mother tongue and is spoken in many countries as a native language.English language reflects the creativity of the human...

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  • Shifting Paradigms: Methods, Techniques, of Teaching English

    the socio-cultural level regarding the relative acceptability of English and its most formidable regional rival, now the national language of India --Hindi. Interestingly, language as a problem never emerged as a concern of the multitudes during a few thousand years old history of the country when by...

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  • Language Problem in India ....

    Language problem in india .... ITS DIVERSE EFFECTS ON OUR COUNTRYS ECONOMY India is one the greatest or well you can also say one of the weirdest countries in the world…. it’s a country u could never have thought would come over 50 years living together…. Our country on its way had to deal with...

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  • English

    Free sample essay on The Importance of English. The importance of English cannot be underestimated. In our nation there are many languages. The mother tongue of the Canadians is different from the mother tongue of the Telugus. The mother tongue of the Bengalis is different from the mother...

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  • Hinglish

    A “mother tongue” is quite literally the language of the speaker’s mother. However, a child is not born with knowledge of this language nor is it something which is genetically transmitted. According to linguists, children can learn easily whichever languages they are exposed to till around the age of...

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  • Role of English in India

    English in India and the role of the elite in the national project the elite in the national project1 Annie MO NTAUT, INALCO (SeDyL), Paris Published in Problematizing Language Studies, Cultural, Theoretical and Applied Perspectives, Essays in Honor of Rama Kant Agnihotri Akar Books, Delhi, 2010...

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  • Askaria College

    Language is the most important aspect of culture. It is the dominant feature in determining nationality or ethnicity. It is the binding force that unites a people, and makes them distinct from others. Language represents a people’s heritage and identity. However, the imposition of Urdu as the national...

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  • Character Protect Life

    like medical facilities, proper sanitation, etc. 7. They have few amusements and recreations and their life is monotonous. 8. After Independence, our Government is busy in different programmes for rural uplift. Essay The Indian villagers lead a natural life.  They do not know of any artificiality...

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  • Tgyhju

    global language of trade and commerce in the past few decades, affecting many key aspects of business in the modern world. The English language has become the standard for all important official communications in an increasingly large number of countries with a wide variety of native languages. In the...

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  • Federalism in India

    time. * Each government must have their own authority and spheres of power, though they may overlap. * Neither level of government, state or national can abolished the other. Why Federalism is Important? Federalism is important because of the following reasons: * Because of diversity, there...

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  • Mahadevi Verma

    Women--India--Social conditions. 2. Hindi language. 3. India--Social life and customs. I. Anantharam, Anita. II. Title. PK2098.V3M34 2010 305.420954--dc22 2009051867 Description This edited volume of translations covers the major political essays of India’s first feminist Hindi poet. A devout follower and...

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  • Mumbai- History

    continuing public-sector budget deficit of an approximate 60% of GDP. The culture of any place is always determined from its people, religion, language, cuisine and festivals. Mumbai has an assortment of people from various communities and subsequently they follow different religions. The cultural...

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  • Communication English

    freedom. Now, India is a free and sovereign country with Hindi as its national language. And the importance of English as a second official and a link language continues. No doubt the British imposed English on India but now it is not a foreign language as are German, French. Chinese or Russian. It continues...

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  • Essays

    State Level Coordinators of Oil Industry invite participation of Students in National & State Level Essay Competition OGCF' 2013 Eligibility Age Limit Topic of Essay Last date of receipt of entry Language Students of Class X and above including Under Graduate & Postgraduate from Schools/colleges...

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  • Fifty Years of Language Planning for Modern Hindi

    FIFTY YEARS OF LANGUAGE PLANNING FOR MODERN HINDI The Official Language of India 1. ABSTRACT Hindi - according to the 1991 Census of India, is the mother tongue of 233,432,285 persons (22% of the entire Indian population), and is spoken as a language (which includes 47 or so mother tongues cobbled...

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  • English Should Not Be Used as a Medium of Instruction in Higher Education

    in special cases regional language. English should be used as a library language. Students should learn only mother tongue at the primary stage. At the secondary stage a foreign language, preferably English should be taught as the second language and another Indian language- classical or modern-may be...

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  • Ascasd

    Book Notes AP Notes More Essay On Desh Bhakti In Hindi Essays and Term Papers 1 - 20 of 1000 Growth Of The Bhakti Movement of Ramanuja, was born at Prayag (Allahabad). He preached the doctrine of Bhakti in Hindi to people of all the four Varnas. He substituted the worship...

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  • English an Obstacle in the Development of Native Languages and Culture

    English is an Obstacle in the Development of All Indian regional Languages Before independence, our rulers-the British had a definite policy in keeping us uneducated. They had seen a successful experiment in Africa, naming it the Dark Continent, a overpopulated teeming mass of...

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  • Comparison Between Hindi and Urdu

    ------------------------------------------------- HinDi ------------------------------------------------- vs ------------------------------------------------- Urdu An Artificial Divide? Sudarsh Rathi,201125172 AsIf Hussain,201225086 RUDHIR SIDDHAM,201225195 Sudarsh Rathi,201125172 ...

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