India's youths use hybrid language to communicate via technology

01/20/2013 | LiveMint.com/The Wall Street Journal (India)

The digital communication age has prompted the creation of a new language of sort in India -- "Romanagri." The informal tongue is a blend of the country's two official languages, English and Hindi. Some have taken an interest in what this reveals about language learning, suggesting that switching between the two languages actually takes more work than trying to use only one at a time.

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