World English(es) on the Examples of India and Nigeria

This paper discusses Indian and West African English as well as English as a global medium

This paper takes a look at the current state of English as a global medium. It
investigates two varieties, Indian English and West African English, by looking at
their major lexical, phonetic, and grammatical features, and has the two well-
acknowledged writers Raja Rao (India) and Chinua Achebe (Nigeria) comment
on their individual ways of and views on writing in English. It also discusses the
major 'side effects' of the emergence of a global language, as there are language
death, ...