Indlish: The Book For Every English-Speaking Indian by Jyoti Sanyal is a guide to communicating clearly and precisely using the English. Jokes aside, Indlish is, perhaps the best book on Indian English. Undoubtedly, Indlish: The Book for Every English-Speaking Indian is a useful and practical. Results 1 – 15 of 15 Indlish: The Book for Every English-Speaking Indian by Sanyal, Jyoti and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available.

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Indlish English, Paperback, Sanyal Jyoti. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Remembered as a hound in class and a lamb outside it by the trainees he inspired with his love of both story-telling and expressive language, Sanyal then devoted himself to Clear English India www.

In the final chapter, Sanyal offers readers tips and suggestions on writing well. The kindest thing I can say about this book is that it’s interesting. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. By Ravindra Kumar Part I: Showing of 2 reviews. Sanyal shows the common mistakes that Indians make while speaking English, and also talks about ways of overcoming them. It may start off as mildly humorous, sort of like the ravings of a pointless uncle, but a The kindest thing I englisj-speaking say about this book is that it’s interesting.

Lists with This Book. So much so that you begin to nitpick the author’s writing style purely out of spite. His knowledge of the Indian languages also comes through in that he explains the kinds of mistakes a Hindi speaker would make vis-a-vis someone whose mother tongue is Malayalam.


He gives indkan, aided by quotations englixh-speaking some of the world”s greatest journalists, on how to write better, more engaging English.

Shylaja Uday rated it really liked it Nov 13, The main purpose of this book is to address the difficulties that arise when Indians try to communicate in English via writing. Ratchana Vasudev rated it really liked it Sep 27, Who the heck uses the word ‘whirligig’ in a serious publication?

Shanthi Srinivasan rated it really liked it Aug 26, It thus raises a question – does a speaker of English need to know all of this?

The Book for Every English-Speaking Indian is a useful and practical guide for all Indians simultaneously blessed and cursed by Macaulay”s gift of the English language. Jun 16, vik rated it it was amazing. In his book, he also traces the history of the English language in India drawing attention to the change in the quality of the language. I specifically liked the chapters on the use and abuse of the words ‘also’, ‘both’ and ‘only’, but the overall tone that drips with needless acid grates on you after a while.

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No trivia or quizzes yet. I am soon going to read ‘Entry from Backside only’ by Binoo K. Indians claim that it is very similar to British English, but only on its lexical india. Sanyal”s Indlish reminds that writers” reading indlisu include books about language. This book may be the last hope for reform. Jul 25, Aparna rated it it was amazing. Rajesh Sadashivan rated it liked it Oct 26, Jyoti Sanyal’s book, as the title says somewhat pedantically, is indeed a must for every English speaking Indian.

Indlish : The Book for Every English-Speaking Indian

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Late Jyoti Sanyalafter 30 years with The Statesman, where even his friends thought him hot-headed, choleric and impatient, Jyoti Sanyal became Dean at Asian College of Journalism, Bangalore, in More of a grammar book than I’d have liked it to be, but written in a humourous style – which saves it, I’d say.