are very common. Indian English changes all the time, whether one prefer it or not, and irrespective of whether one is aware of this or not. Lexical innovations, fashionable words, idioms & phrases from sports write-ups, adjectives & adverbs from advertisements and internet terminology have brought numerous changes as well. Irrespective innumerable changes the educated strata of India have the belief that English language unites all Indians. It is true that Post – Independence India tried to do away with the English language.
How Has The English Language Influenced India? For various reasons English has got the status of global language. Today about 300 million people speak English as their first language and another 350 million use it as a second language. It is the official or semi-official language in more than 60 countries. The main reason why English is so important is mainly due to the political and economic power the British used to have in the world.
Out of these, there are 22 official regional languages besides Hindi which is the official language of the central government. The main ones are Hindi, Bengali, Telugu, Marathi, Tamil, Urdu, Gujarati and Punjabi. Each state in India has its own history of literature, art, dance form, politics and value system, just as every individual country in the European Union. Take Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, two states, native language - Telugu, combined the two Indian states have a larger population than countries as France, South Korea and Turkey combined. However, unlike these countries, the state languages are falling into disarray due to the obsession and the prejudice towards the English language.
Indian learners of English are needed to be careful while pronouncing the words in English. Most of the Indian learners pronounce the words or sentences according to the spellings. The importance of English has increased with the advent of globalization and a revolution in information technology. English is a lingua franca and a language of opportunity and chance. G.B.
India is the world second largest country in the world and have a mixture of lot type ethnic in their country. Each ethnic in India has their own tradition food and their own spices. Each ethnic also have the famous food dish and recipes and it make the type of food in India increase day by day with new dishes and recipes. Indian Cuisine is one of the famous cuisine in the world. Indian Cuisine can be both exciting and intimidating.
In young learners’ class, especially elementary school students, Teachers usually find problems in teaching this subject. In general, their problems were related to low motivation, boring with learning, bad study habit, and bad attitudes toward learning. However, external factors, such as the classroom condition also hampered them in learning English in the classroom, Most of the students had problems in learning English language skills especially speaking. In general, the problems of students related to learning to speak can be divided into four main groups: First, students feel shy to speak English. Second, students often use their native language.
1.0. The Role of English in India: English in India is a legacy from the British who colonized the country and their language permeated through some of the most important parts of society: the government, the media, the education system, the legal system and gradually the social sphere as well. India is a vast nation and in terms of the number of English speakers, it ranks third in the world after the United States of America and the United Kingdom. An estimated four percent of the population use English and even though this may seem like a small number that is about forty million people. This small segment of the population, controls domains that have professional and social prestige.
(2001): They state that six factors influence motivation in language learning: (i) attitudes, (ii) beliefs about self, (iii) goals, (iv) involvement, (v) environmental support, and (vi) personal attributes. Above all, three specific elements are strongly believed to build motivation towards language learning: (i) self-confidence, (ii) experiencing success and satisfaction, and (iii) good teacher-learner relationships as well as relationships
In the event that the British showed English for regulatory accommodation to a minority, ELT is shown today in India as the language for social and economic change towards worldwide change. Scornfully, however Hindi is the national language there are more English schools than Hindi medium schools. The English medium schools may decide on the provincial language as the second language set up of Hindi yet in the Hindi medium schools, English is at any rate educated as a necessary subject. In this manner, the significance of ELT to the Indian instructive situation can't be declined. Since English is the most essential language for instruction, many schools and foundations have created different ELT programs with numerous new establishments of ELT taking shapes each year.
Introduction: English, as we are aware of it, is an international language, it is a window of the World. It is an official language both in India and many world Countries. After Globalization ,it has become more important medium of Communication of the world . Keeping the importance of this subject in mind, it is being chosen by the majority of learners. English language affords better job prospects throughout the world.