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As a historical legacy, Indian English tends to take RP as its ideal, and how well this ideal is realised in an individual's speech reflects class distinctions among Indian English speakers. Daniels, Peter. Australian Journal of Linguistics. Archived from the original on Retrieved Blench,. English began to rise in prestige, relative to Norman French, during the reign of Henry. Modern English syntax language is moderately analytic. In his model, the "inner circle" countries have large communities of native speakers of English, "outer circle" countries have small communities of native speakers of English but widespread use of English as a second language in education or broadcasting or for.
Sometimes Indian English speakers may also use spelling based pronunciations where the silent h found in words such as ghost is pronounced as an Indian voiced aspirated stop. However English is rarely spoken as a first language, numbering only around a couple hundred-thousand people, and less than 5 of the population speak fluent English in India.
New York: Mouton de Gruyter,. Without the third person singular -s and which is used in subordinate clauses e. Doi :. Cambridge History of the English Language. Present takes loves Preterite took loved Plain infinitive take love Gerundparticiple taking loving Past participle taken loved Tense, aspect and mood English has two primary tenses, past preterit and non-past.
By the time of the foundation of the United Nations at the end of World War II, English had become pre-eminent and is now the main worldwide language of diplomacy and international relations. Retrieved 7 February Lay off meaning terminate someone's employment. For example, the view of the English language among many Indians has gone from associating it with colonialism to associating it with economic progress, and English continues to be an official language of India. I me my mine myself 2nd.
Fischer, Olga; van der Wurff, Wim This adoption of words from other languages is commonplace in many world languages, but English has been especially open to borrowing of foreign words throughout the last 1, years.