Thursday, 25 October 2012
Differences among American English, British English and Australian English
For most people, English is English wherever it is spoken; also people tend to understand the different forms of the language as its basics remain more or less similar. But the differences among American, Australian and British English lie in the accent in which the language is spoken, its pronunciation and spelling and many other linguistic factors that are of vital importance to be focused on. The most common differences that occur in English spoken in
or any other English country can be summarized as below:
Wednesday, 24 October 2012
English has always been considered a tougher language to be learned in many developing countries whose ancestors are not even aware of the existence of such a language. Teaching English to people who have vernacular background has always been a Himalayan task for educators and teachers. Perhaps, it is not just for teachers, but for students too who do not get the hold over the language.