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INDIA | Wed, 15 Apr 2015 | By lucitravels | Views [280]

There are two versions of English in India. There’s the British-English they adopted from England during the colonization, which still is taught in schools today. Some schools are taught in only English and are called English-Medium. Otherwise, ... Read more >

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