The English language has become one of the best options for communication. It may not be the official language of many countries but the usage exceeds the number of mother-tongue speakers. Overcoming the passive usage English has become active usage in ma

Authors

  • Dr. Vivek Mehrotra

Abstract

The English language has become one of the best options for communication. It may not be the
official language of many countries but the usage exceeds the number of mother-tongue
speakers. Overcoming the passive usage English has become active usage in many aspects not
only in education but also in many aspects. English as a second language had to go through many
hurdles for perfection, as the impact of the mother tongue is high on the pronunciation. Even in
India, multilingual sovereignty underwent many direct and indirect alterations while teaching, as
it requires perfection in learning. As many of the multinational companies because of
globalization preferred candidates from India especially into technical, medical, BPO – English
language learning and usage has become indispensable and unavoidable. Considering the
requirements, it is expected that the teaching and acquisition of the English language without
mother-tongue influence not only in pronunciation but also in perfect syntax while speaking and
writing have undergone a certain process to meet personalized requirements. The present paper
is an attempt to bring out the expected requirements of approach to meet the expectations of
technical students who had less exposure to English language as the medium of education and
communication before opting technical education. The focused rationale is to identify the
requirements and suggest required concepts to advance the approach in training the technical
students who are from rural background.

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Published

2020-12-01

How to Cite

Dr. Vivek Mehrotra. (2020). The English language has become one of the best options for communication. It may not be the official language of many countries but the usage exceeds the number of mother-tongue speakers. Overcoming the passive usage English has become active usage in ma. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 6427 - 6439. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/1932