Should Singlish Be Banned?

May 15th, 2015
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Singlish has become the word of the tongue in Singapore. Walk along any street in Singapore, it is inevitable that you will hear someone speaking Singlish. Singlish, being one local feature of Singapore, is a language compromising of English-based language mixed with Chinese dialects as well was a few Malay.

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Should Singlish Be Banned?Should Singlish be banned?Singlish has become the word of the tongue in Singapore. Walk along any street in Singapore, it is inevitable that you will hear someone speaking Singlish. Singlish, being one local feature of Singapore, is a language compromising of English-based language mixed with Chinese dialects as well was a few Malay. It has unmistakably brought some negative impacts on the process of speaking Standard English in Singapore, however, I do not think banning it is necessary now.Firstly, Singlish has already become a trademark of Singapore. It is al

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