Connecting all foodies in India….
I’ve been living abroad for almost eight years now. I am originally from Australia and have lived in South Korea, Singapore and now, for the last week, India. I’ve worked as an English teacher for almost all of that time, so I tend to take notice of changes and adaptations in the way I speak when I am in another country for a prolonged period of time. Here are some examples of adjustments I’ve made when I’m in these countries:
Australia: Australians use far more slang than is really necessary. It is ingrained in us from a young age and becomes almost impossible to escape, constantly shortening words and adding an ‘-o’ or a ‘-y’ for absolutely no reason at all, rhyming slang, stupid analogies, the list goes on. What was natural for me…
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