Nations in Asia Give English Their Own Flavorful Quirks

An article by Seth Mydans that looks at new varieities of English that are emerging in Asia, particulary Singlish. It disucssues the question of who owns and sets the standards for English today: ‘native speakers’ or everyone who uses English. New York Times, July 1st, 2001. Read the whole article…

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