In India, English is no longer a colonial master's language. In some significant areas of activity, it has become an integral part of the Indian multilingual repertoire. It has enriched Indian languages in various ways,as a result, it has made substantial contributions to English in India and worldwide.
Here you will find English questions along with questions from the ICSE, CBSE syllabus, NCERT textbook, etc. At BYJU'S students will find questions that are descriptive as well as concept based. Grammar, vocabulary, and other topics are covered in this section. The questions are important in terms of the examination and can help students in brushing up on their knowledge. Students can use these questions to clarify any doubts they may have.
English is a key to social mobility, education, better job possibilities, administrative, political & business relations, judiciary, and industries. Young people in metropolitan India are frequently seen in code-mixing and code-switching among Indian languages and English.
A language curriculum has two objectives: achieving an essential degree of competency and developing language as a tool for fundamental interpersonal communication and, later, abstract thought and information acquisition. Language learning requires input-rich communicational contexts since languages are learned implicitly by understanding and communicating messages, either by reading or listening for meaning. Textbooks, learning process texts, class libraries, parallel books and materials in many languages, media support such as learner publications, newspaper articles, audio, radio cassettes, and authentic materials are examples of inputs.
Language learning is primarily a matter of integrating the skill sets of hearing, talking, writing, reading and bringing these abilities to the fulfilment of formally and informally communication tasks.