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Do you think accent hold you back? Would you prefer everyone speaking uniformly?
If communication is uniform than, communication between people of different languages will be faster and easier.
No discrimination on basis of ascent. Everyone will be same and people will teach other respectfully.
People do consider accent while communicating. If ones accent is polished than he/she have better chances of success.
Accents are linked with our history. Uniform accent will take us to loss of traditions.
With different languages, it is difficult to have same accent.
It is a personal choice; everybody has right to speak his mother tongue.
Hindi and English are serving as bridge for variety of languages we have and there is no need to force a common language.
It would surely make communication easier but need to analyze its impact in Broadway.
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