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Volume 1 Issue 7

December 2014

Segmental Features of English Spoken by the Students of III Year B.Pharmacy in Telugu States of India (Telangana and Andhra Pradesh)
Mr. Babi Duli, 
Researcher, 
Department of Linguistics and Phonetics, 
The English and Foreign Languages University, 
Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India
Abstract
English is thought to be one of the most important languages in the world. There are many reasons why English is so important. One of the reasons is that English is spoken as the first language in many countries. There are 104 countries where English is spoken as the first language and it is a globally accepted language for an effective communication, especially in India because India is a multilingual country. The status of English in India is always high, and the role of English in Pharmacy education is superior because pharmacist requires an international language to communicate a wider range of people. It is very essential in the segmental level as majority of the students failing in this level due to lack of training and practice.
Keywords
Telugu-English; Pharmacy Students; Consonants; Vowels
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