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    On a lot of documentaries a lot can speak English so I presume they teach it in the schools a lot but do they ever speak it to eachother and what is the most common spoken language?
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    (Original post by karl pilkington)
    On a lot of documentaries a lot can speak English so I presume they teach it in the schools a lot but do they ever speak it to eachother and what is the most common spoken language?
    Hindi then Gujarati and English as well.
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    (Original post by karl pilkington)
    On a lot of documentaries a lot can speak English so I presume they teach it in the schools a lot but do they ever speak it to eachother and what is the most common spoken language?
    India has a lot of languages, its national language is Hindi, also called Hindustani. English with Hindi are its official languages, but on state level there are more than 40 official languages. Each region has its own official language. For example the official language in the Capital New Delhi is Urdu.
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    Hindi is the main along with English.
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    I think its hindi. Also nice name and profile pic
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    hindi,tamil,gujrati,english
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    Gujarati d best
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    english !
 
 
 
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