Learning to Speak ‘Good English’: Notes from an English-Speaking Class in Mumbai

  title={Learning to Speak ‘Good English’: Notes from an English-Speaking Class in Mumbai},
  author={Shri R.N. Malhotra},
  journal={Contemporary Education Dialogue},
  pages={141 - 151}
  • S. Malhotra
  • Published 5 November 2018
  • Education, Linguistics
  • Contemporary Education Dialogue
This article attempts to locate the ‘English-Speaking’ class in contemporary India. By unpacking different aspects of one such class in Mumbai, it sheds light on the ways in which students, teachers and those who run the class view the ‘English-Speaking’ course and the ability to speak ‘good English’. 
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