• Ankit Tyagi NET + JRF, PhD Scholar- English, S.R.M. University, Haryana, INDIA



Presentation, Grammar, Vocabulary And Language Description

Abstract [English]

English has occupied an important place in our educational system and life of our country. It is the language that continues to dominate the nation. It is generally seen that every language has minimum three components such as sound, structures and vocabulary. But out of three the most vital parts structure which really offers certain meaning with the correct grammatical knowledge as well as structure patterns.

India is a third largest English speaking country. In India English is being perceived as a “must-know” language. English has now become a ladder for upper social mobility and “a window to the world”.


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How to Cite

Tyagi, A. (2015). SCOPE OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN INDIA. International Journal of Research -GRANTHAALAYAH, 3(11), 1–6.