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  1. English players keep fans updated with their activities by uploading pictures and videos on their social media accounts
  2. The developers say that every cat has its own vocabulary and its own distinct meow for a message it wants to communicate
  3. Abbas and Amir dominate the second day of an English County Championship match between Hampshire and Gloucestershire
  4. Shaheen is one of 10 Pakistani cricketers who have signed as overseas players for at least part of the 2022 season
  5. English county cricket club Gloucestershire announces signing ex-Pakistan pacer Mohammad Amir on three-match deal
  6. We Indians are obsessed with the English language. Call it the influence of the West or a parting gift from our colonisers, the British (or Britishers, as said in ‘Indian English’), we love to walk and talk in English even if it’s incorrect, wrong or broken. © Red Chillies Entertainment Well, we are still learning. However, we are so used to saying some terms and phrases in day to day life that now, they just seem right and legit to us. Recently, a Reddit thread discussing common English mistakes that Indians make made us realise how our English completely sounds sensible and correct even when it’s not. © Colour Yellow Productions The OP wrote, “Because some sentences might sound correct, but it's not. And some sentences are technically right but they sound funny. i.e Hindi speakers often literally translate "Main aisa/aisi hi hun" as "I am like that only" Or "Tu pagal hai kya ?" as "Are you mad or what ?" these sentences are technically correct, but damn... sound so basic convent school kids' English.” © Dharma Productions Here are some phrases or words that we Indians mess up without realising and it’s hilarious how they still make sense: 1. “What Man? (equivalent to KYA BE/Bhai). What Sir? (More formal variant of the same)” –Vapourhands 2. “Noticed lots of people end the sentence with "only". Example - P1- "You should do it this way" P2- "yeah, I have done it this way only" This is so common that even I started using this!!” –kj_venom11 3. “In a recent Instagram post, Parthiv Patel (Indian cricketer) posted the following - "Happy Anniversary @wife, may you continue to take my load forever" I hope the post was deleted or updated, was appalled when I read this post .” –atulshanbhag © Viacom 18 Motion Pictures 4. "Slowly slowly" is good example. No one uses this except us. –philosophucker88 5. “Referring to a wedding as 'marriage'.” –faahqueimmanutjawb “I swear, our head professor got so triggered when a classmate, once said that he "went to [his] cousin's marriage". Our professor spent the next half-an-hour elucidating on the difference between "wedding" and "marriage"; and the correct use of both. Lol –cherrybombvag 6. “Over usage of “basically” “Basically my name is Sara” “I am basically a computer science student” I will basically slap you in the face. (Sorry for the aggressiveness, I read and evaluate letters from the students to department at Uni im so tired lmao)” –SLakshmi357 7. “Give exam - incorrect Take exam - correct” –medguy_15 © ALT Entertainment Well, we basically use wrong English every day but we make it work only. So, who cares? View the full article
  7. "I have seen some amazing innings in the PSL [...] but nothing compares to what @JasonRoy20 delivered," Afridi says
  8. England T20 squad members James Vince, Jason Roy, Saqib Mahmood, Chris Jordan, Harry Brook and Phil Salt arrived today
  9. Jason Roy, Chris Jordan, Liam Livingstone, James Vince, Saqib Mahmood, Alex Hales, Phil Slat, Samit Patel, Lewis Gregory among players featuring in PSL 7
  10. Lawmakers call ECB to develop set of key indicators, provide updates to committee every quarter on its progress
  11. Thanks to the power of social media, we have been coming across incredible stories of people who are more than just food vendors. Be it the 12-year-old kid with a dahi kachori stall who’s working day and night for his parents or the tea seller who became a college professor, these people leave us stunned with their stories. © iStock A food blogger found one such street food vendor in Kanpur who was selling gol gappas in the corner of a road while conversing with his customers in perfect English. He puts up a stall by the name ‘Murli Patashe Vaala’ and even has an apron with the name inscribed on it. © iStock The video of the gol gappa seller posted by YouTuber Gaurav Wasan where he talks in better and more fluent English than most of us, has now gone viral. He says in the video, “Myself Rahul. A very common name. And we are the famous graduate golgappe wala. My father is very famous for his paanipuri and we use homemade masalas to make everything.” © Instagram/Gaurav Wasan This left people on social media impressed. While some couldn’t believe a gol gappa wala could have such amazing English speaking skills, others hailed him for demonstrating the fact that no work is big or small. © iStock A user said, “He definitely speaks better English than many graduates.” Another commented, “This is so good know that he is well educated. A user also said, “Koi kaam chota nhi hota aur kaam se badhke kuch nhi hota (no work is small and there is nothing bigger than work).” © Instagram/Gaurav Wasan In just a couple of days, the video has garnered 380k views and 37k likes. People are loving the English speaking gol gappa wala and also how well-maintained and hygienic his stall is. The fact that he is wearing a mask and gloves is also being appreciated by everyone. A user commented, “I have a different level of respect for those street food vendors who wear hygienic gloves and hair mask.” © iStock There were some users who also questioned why he isn’t getting a proper job when he is so educated and a ‘graduate’ as he mentioned. Well, he is not the only one. There are so many people working on the dingy streets and corners of small cities despite having a degree or speaking better English than most of us. View the full article
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