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You can say anything to please yourself, bossel farto BHAI!!
If it were not for your HINDLISH-yapping mentality you would know that what you quoted from the "OED" actually REFUTES your claim that “ There are lots of varieties of English, each has the SAME value”.|
Read again the passage that you quoted which I repeat below,
"The variations of English that are addressed in the OED [Oxford English Dictionary] are British English, American English, Australian English, New Zealand English, the Englishes of the Indian subcontinent, Southern Africa, and the Caribbean, among others."
and then tell why didn't the "OED" write, "Indian English", "South African English", Carribean English", etc., just like they did with British English, American English, ......New Zealand English, instead of the "Englishes of the Indian subcontinent, ..........." since you claim that "each has the same value"??
Also, does or does not the reference "among others" refer to HINDLISH, SINGLISH, CHINGLISH, SPANGLISH, etc., etc. By your HINDLISH-infested reasoning, all these "-lishes" must have the same value, or don't they, yeah bossel farto BHAI ???
I told you before and I repeat again, "Try your tricks on some HINDLISH-yapping bumpkin like yourself and not on me, boy! As the Americans say, " I'll chew you alive and spit out the bones.!! " Cow-DUNG bread gobbling creatures-------------aaaaarrgh!!!!!