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Learn English (Indian)

Detta är dialekten av engelska som hjälper dig att prata med lokalbefolkningen i sina egna accenter! Engelska talas annorlunda över hela världen med lokala versioner som anpassar accenter, stavning och ordförråd. Du kommer att bli förstådd var som helst där engelska talas oavsett vilken version du lär dig. Här är något annat att le om: ordet Glad används tre gånger oftare på engelska än ledsen.

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Fun facts about English (Indian)

Indian English is a co-official language in India along with Hindi. It is estimated that around 12% of Indians know Indian English.

Indian English uses some specific numbers: 'one lakh' is a hundred thousand, 'ten lakh' is a million, and 'one crore' is ten million.

Expressions include saying someone is 'foreign-returned' if they lived abroad, saying 'I belong to Delhi' for I'm from Delhi and 'my friend is eating my brain' meaning my friend won't stop talking!

Indian English has some numbers which aren't used in other dialects of English: 'one lakh' is a hundred thousand, 'ten lakh' is a million, and 'one crore' is ten million.

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