Lonely Planet Indian English Language & Culture
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'Indian English' is India's informal and colourful take on the English language, a mash up of American and British English poured over the Indian tongue. Bollywood jargon, Hinglish slang, you know you want to talk that talk!
Guide to pronunciation and grammar
Handy word finder
Slang and sayings
Coverage of official Indian languages
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