posted on Mar, 15 2012 @ 06:37 PM
Originally posted by Ek Bharatiya
Oh! I thought you wanted all American - American stuff. My bad it looks like you only want US centered things when it suits you.
No I'm simply stating if you give me billions of dollars in business and then ask me to do you a favor and I say no, you are in the right to take your
Maybe you are not aware but most of your call lands in Philippines, China or Brazil etc among India. Lott of American companies have moved out of
India (thankfully) and gone to more cheaper locations mentioned above with lower quality service.
Your sentence structure is hard for me to follow. I never graduated college but it certainly appears I have better sentence structure, grammar, and
vocabulary then you have attained from university in India. I guess that throws your whole Indian students who graduate are better at English than
See your above statements for poor sentence construction.
If you compare the english of (literate) Indian students which pass out from universities with Americans in grammar, sentence construction,
neutral accent, knowledge about world affairs. Indian students are far better.
This is so laughable.. Your telling me you believe it's a fact Indian university graduates speak better English then an American university graduate?
Tell me you're trolling now..
The problem with American english is it's confined in American accent, poor grammar and sentence construction. British english is the best in
This is just a bigoted statement. In America we have spoken and written English which vary. When comparing British English vs American English one
must default to calling either "standard English." British English is no more proper or better then American English in fact it has been through
many changes through many accents which only complicates using the term "British English." American English is more universal and follows less
deviations in country wide pronunciations. American English is just as thorough yet more refined and easier to learn.
Yuck no! I have a degree in Hotel Management and worked in Hotel (Front Office department) for several years and moved to a University. Some of these
students who study at this university and work there few months a year during their vacations tell me stories about these customers which are
edit on 15-3-2012 by Ek Bharatiya because: Tags
It would be "customers who are hilarious." Just to give you the proper English.
Edit: I take it back if the "which" in your statement is referencing the stories then it's proper English. Just strange sentence
edit on 15-3-2012 by libertytoall because: (no reason given)