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English, Hindi and Hinglish...........pls comment

Asked by V.Suraj.G, 14 Jul '07 03:03 pm
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a new language combining Hindi and English
Answered by Bala Murugan, 14 Jul '07 03:05 pm

 
  
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England and Hindi are pure languages and Hinglish is an interesting and amusing combination.
Answered by Janis, 14 Jul '07 06:34 pm

 
  
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RATE AS BEST:Turn on any Indian television station these days and you're likely to hear things like "Hungry kya?" and "What your bahana is?" Or one of your friends might ask you to "pre-pone" your dinner plans or accuse you of "Eve-teasing." No, you didn't mishear them. These and countless other new words and phrases are part of the fastest-growing language in the country: Hinglish. The mix of Hindi and English is the language of the street and the college campus, and its sound sets many parents' teeth on edge. It's a bridge between two cultures that has become an island of its own, a distinct hybrid culture for people who aspire to make it rich abroad without sacrificing the sassiness of the mother tongue. And it may soon claim more native speakers worldwide than English.Once, Indians would ridicule the jumbled language of their expatriate cousins, the so-called ABCDs - or the American-Born Confused Desi. ( Desi means countryman.) Now that jumble is hip, and turning up in ...more
Answered by ajaya kumar srivastava, 14 Jul '07 03:08 pm

 
  
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English-English is a West Germanic language originating in England.
Hindi-Hindi an Indo-European language spoken mainly in northern and central India, is the official language of the Union along with English.
Hinglish-Hinglish, a portmanteau of the words Hindi and English, is the arbitrary usage of Hindi and English, combining both, in one sentence. This is more commonly seen in urban and semi-urban centers of India.
Answered by alka rajput, 14 Jul '07 03:09 pm

 
  
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