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Hinglish lessons are being taught at UK college

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By: Keerthi Mohan

Hinglish, a mix of Hindi and English, is being taught at a UK college for the first time to help young Britons land businesses in India. Portsmouth College, a sixth form college, has introduced a course for Hinglish, which has been spoken since the 17th Century. According to reports, British diplomats posted in India were told back in 2012 that Hinglish would soon become essential for their jobs as well. Apparently, a diplomat would need to know at least a few words in Hindi to ensure he wasn’t left out of conversations. Portsmouth College teacher, Viraj Shah, told The Telegraph: “Films…

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