i want essay on' life in a big city' and 'The role of English in India'
2) ROLE OF ENGLSH IN INDIA =English is no longer a language of the colonizers. We no longer consider ourselves as the Macaulays cursed children English with a capital E is an integral component of todays life and a vital component of the e world. The marvels of Information Technology has shrinked the huge universe into a small global world where China is no far from India or Uganda via the internet. There was an age when English was considered to be a status quo and the prerogative property of the intellectual elite. Now a days though faced with the endless evil of illiteracy English is the buzzword which has conquered all the major fields of the world: medicine, commerce and all fields that which we can possibly think of! Today, English is not just a language, but a valuable asset which is used as a selling faint for any aspiring youth of the IT Age. One of the manor reasons for the global village phenomena is the techno boom and the colossal mushrooming of soft wares and the plants of IT which has made the universe into a small village: where people meet others everyday (if they care to). Life has become much more easy, quick and cheap. It has become impossible to think a world without the two es : one being English and the other e communication. In this global world, it is but obvious that English plays the role of a global language: the language comprehendible by almost all the developed and developing countries today.
1) LIFE IN BIG CITY
Life in a big city is often said to be very tiring. It is because distances are long and those who have to go some other place for the purpose of purchases, seeing some relative or friend or work, have to remain on the road for a long time, sometimes, for hours together.
There is too much traffic on the roads in a big city. There is always the possibility of an accident if we loosen the grip over our vehicle even for a moment. Then there is so much pollution in a big city. So many vehicles which run on petrol or diesel pollute the atmosphere. There is also so much noise on the roads and in markets.
There is also an acute housing problem in a big city. Many people have to live in slums, huts, shanties, and small houses. There are often so many places worth seeing in a big city. One does not generally get bored. There are also great employment avenues in a big city for all kinds of people educated, skilled, semiï½skilled and even unskilled.
In a big city, there are so many schools, colleges, universities and institutions of all kinds where one can get good education according to ones taste and aptitude. Then there are so many libraries where one can gain more and more knowledge.
There are so many hospitals and dispensaries in a big city where one can get quick medical aid of all kinds. Then there are also so many nursing homes run by specialists of various diseases.
There are so many museums, exhibitions and magic and other shows where one can get recreation as well as an opportunity to enhance ones knowledge. So, a big city has some merits as well as demerits. It depends upon our own attitude how we look at a big city.
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- life in big cities is full of challenges
- heavy traffic
- less space to live
- exploitation of people in lower income groups
- good facilities like hospitals, libraries, schools, etc
- better security
- ample opportunities
- better standard of living
We learn English as it is essential in all walks of life and would help us keep pace with all walks of life. It makes our understanding of the world internationalized and independent. English is a global language and thus, to stay well connected with the rest of the world, this language has become a common media. While English is not an official language in many countries, it is currently the language most often taught as a second language around the world. Some linguists believe that it is no longer the exclusive cultural sign of "native English speakers", but is rather a language that is absorbing aspects of cultures worldwide as it continues to grow. It is, by international treaty, the official language for aerial and maritime communications, as well as one of the official languages of the European Union, the United Nations, and most international athletic organisations, including the International Olympic Committee.
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