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Author: Robert J. Baumgardner
ISBN: 0252021967
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Pages 286 pages
Publisher University of Illinois Press (January 1, 1996)
Language English
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by Robert J. Baumgardner


In fact, in some respects it is even more alive than at the time of departure – as witnessed by the efflorescence of South Asian writers in English of international stature, to the extent that the New Yorker has devoted the major part of an issue to them (June 23–30, 1997). To send this article to your Kindle, first ensure no-replyridge.

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South Asian English is sometimes called "Indian English", as British India included most of the region, but today, the varieties of English are . Robert J. Baumgardner, e. South Asian English: Structure, Use, and Users, 1996, ISBN 0252064933.

South Asian English is sometimes called "Indian English", as British India included most of the region, but today, the varieties of English are usually divided according to the modern states: Bangladeshi English. Braj Kachru, Yamuna Kachru, Cecil Nelson, The Handbook of World Englishes, 2009, ISBN 1405188316.

Baumgardner, R. J. (1996). Structure, Use, and Users English World-wide, 31(1):1-39. Cowie, C. ‘(2007) The accents of outsourcing: the meanings of ‘neutral’ in the Indian call centre industry’ World Englishes, 26/3: 316-330. Structure, Use, and Users. Urbana : University of Illinois Press. English World-wide, 31(1):1-39.

For more details on English in Pakistan, see Rahman 1990, Robert J. Baumgardner 1993, Mahboob and Ahmar (2004), to mention just a few. The position of English in South Asia is quite similar across almost all countries of S. Asia

For more details on English in Pakistan, see Rahman 1990, Robert J. Asia.

In this arti-cle, my discussion will focus on the countries of South Asia, Southeast Asia, and East Asia, as it is in these regions that we find not only the greatest concentration of ‘outer-circle’ English-using societies but also a number of the most populous English-learning and English-know-ing nations in the world.

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Baumgardner, Robert J (1996) South Asian English.

Routledge Introductions to Applied Linguistics. Any references that I use in class will appear in the Bibliography (which will be updated continuously and reloaded to Learn). It’s also intended as a helpful resource for you to trawl through when you are looking for reading for assessments. Baumgardner, Robert J (1996) South Asian English.

This volumes examines selected formal and functional characteristics of English in South Asia, where English was introduced in the sixteenth century and now has over fifty million users. An integrative and interdisciplinary collection, the books brings together invited papers by acclaimed creative writers from India and Pakistan and by international linguists and English educators. The five major facets of South Asian English discussed are context and uses: structure and contact; functions and innovations; the curriculum; and the multilingual's creativity. The volume provides current perspectives on complex issues of concern to teachers and students of world Englishes.