World Englishes – a way to respect other cultures while maintaining one’s

Recently, the Rhetoric Department of Ohio University propagated the concept of ‘World Englishes’ instead of the ‘Standard English’, in one of its MOOCs on Coursera. It suggests that English is different at different parts of the world. Thus, English in India is different from English in China or Japan or Africa. Though basically it is English, yet each of these languages is unique and different from each other in vocabulary and the accent.

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