Question: Which English is used in India?

Indian English is a distinct dialect of English. In theory, English speakers in India follow British English as specified in the Oxford or Longman English dictionaries. In practice, Indians use many words and phrases that dont exist in British or American English.

Which English is used in India UK or US?

People who come to the USA from India rarely have difficulty in communicating with Americans, because most speak fluent English or have received their education in English. However, Indians speak British English, and there are many differences between British English and American English.

Which English language is used in India?

Indian English (IE) is a class of varieties of the English language spoken in India, and among the Indian diaspora elsewhere in the world....Indian EnglishLanguage familyIndo-European Germanic West Germanic Ingvaeonic Anglo-Frisian Anglic English Indian English13 more rows

Is American English easier than British?

Britain has not been immune to the spread of American English, either. Some learners prefer American English because they believe it has fewer regional accents and dialects than British English does, experts say, and therefore is easier to understand and to use.

Which accent of English is best?

British British accent has been rated as the most attractive English accent in the world, according to a new survey by the CEOWORLD magazine....These Are The Most Attractive English Accents In The World:RankEnglish AccentScore1British682Irish573Australian534American5127 more rows•27 Jul 2018

Who speaks the best English?

The Netherlands The Netherlands has emerged as the nation with the highest English language proficiency, according to the EF English Proficiency Index, with a score of 72. It is ahead of five other northern European nations at the top of the chart.

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