It’s amchi English in vernacular schools now

Shweta Jadhav, 7, speaks Marathi at home, Bambaiya in the schoolyard and a garbled version of English in the classroom. She is one of thousands of children swept onto unfamiliar linguistic shores by the tidal wave of English-medium education. The times of India, August 21, 2003. Read more…

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