- There Is No Such Thing As 'Namlish'
- MOST people in Namibia who cannot converse properly in English claim that they speak 'Namlish'. This is ridiculous! There is only one way out here: either you can speak good English or you speak bad English.
- Namibia revels in the ripples of a great win
- There are those of German decent, and they all converse in what is called 'Namlish'. It is all cause for some light-hearted banter. “If you're Namibian, you're Namibian.
- Diescho's Dictum: If the world was a village of just 100 inhabitantsMy
- The earth is old. According to Hebrew orthodoxy this year is 5776 after the earth was created. Christian Scientists hold it is over 4.
- Is Afrikaans now Namibia's second official language?
- Please allow me to express my views on the unchallenged popularity and dominance of Afrikaans as a language in Namibia and its somewhat superfluous potential of becoming an official language in the not too distant future, if left unchecked.
- Do you speak Uglish? How English has evolved in Uganda
- Namlish, spoken in Namibia, which according to The Namibian Sun only has one rule: no grammar. Mumbai, home to 21 million people, has its own version of Hindi called Bambaiya, which incorporates sayings and pronunciations from Marathi, Hindi and ...
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