Deepali Singhhi, Suddenly forum has also started discussions for communication. hopefully we will improve our english too.. dips
From India, Delhi
Sanath Kumar T SPratik:
A very nice article. But, I was surprised to see it listed under HumouR.
The very essence of the English language is the resilience and the adaptability that it has to morph with the times.
As Deepa has mentioned, it is better for all of us that we, as Indians, improve on our English because, let's face it, we ARE ahead of other countries in the outsourcing race not just because of our technical skills. China, and for that matter, most of the Asian and South American countries, can give us a run for our money. As Thomas L Friedman , the multiple-Pulitzer Prize winner, states in his best-selling book, 'The World is Flat', the Chinese have already woken up to this fact and are churning out graduates with Computer skills and English Communication skills at the rate of more than 200,000 every year!
Let us not feel daunted by this and contribute our mite to bettering our English Communication skills by bringing up more such articles that will go a long way in meeting this objective.
Keep up the good work!
From India, Mumbai
Amazing knowledge in English, but which mine is Anish a friend of?
Gold or Lignite?
Refer : " By Anish(a friend of mines) "
Sorry, just kidding
Good Post anyway
From India, New Delhi
Good info. Corrects some of the usual misconceptions.
By the way, Sanath, do you know that english coaching is today the best business in China? They are desperate to acquire english language knowledge.
From India, Madras
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