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    Thumbs down Indian pronounces

    Respected,
    indian has manies speaking and using languages so each has seperate pronounce so we could do easy Easy english speaking.

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    Re: Indian pronounces

    Quote Originally Posted by indumina View Post
    Respected,
    indian has manies speaking and using languages so each has seperate pronounce so we could do easy Easy english speaking.
    In India, there are many languages and dialects with separate pronunciations. So could we do easy English speaking?

    Is that what you mean? Is it a question?
    No you can't speak here. You can only write. What do you want to ask about?

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    Re: Indian pronounces

    Quote Originally Posted by indumina View Post
    Respected,
    indian has manies speaking and using languages so each has seperate pronounce so we could do easy Easy english speaking.
    If I got you correctly, what you meant that, because Indian has many languages/dialects and they speak or interact in many language (bilingual/multilingual), that makes the easy to learn and speak English.

    Well to certain extent it could be true as well as it could be false.. it depends on various other factors.
    Most of the Indian languages have a similar origin and resemble each other in grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation, however English is a completely different language.

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    Re: Indian pronounces

    Wouldn't it also depend on how many of those languages an individual knew?

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