About the linguistic diversity in India
Thread poster: Fabio Descalzi

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Jul 2, 2007

Hi people

I have found an interesting article posted on the Spanish forum:
http://www.proz.com/topic/76910
If anybody can understand Spanish, enjoy it.
For the rest of you: this article "India, the organized Babel" points out the linguistic diversity in India and the different official languages, together with the ongoing validity of English as a common vehicle to communication.
Not everyone has a clear idea of the "world in itself" you can find in India...! An amazing one for any linguist, of course.

Regards from "monolingual" Uruguay,
Fabio Descalzi


 


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