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Letter to editor: English in private sectors!

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English language is a medium through which we can communicate worldwide without learning a thousand languages. It is mandatory in offices and universities as well as in five star hotels but unfortunately in Sindh Board,
there is no practice of English in school even in private sectors. However, in O-level and A-level as
well as Aga khan Board, their teachings and instructions are totally different from Sindh Board level. It’s a fact that Urdu is our mother language but we cannot communicate with it throughout the world. In Sindh Board, the concentration should be on English language to be practiced verbally as well as orally.

Sana Masroor Shah

  She can be reached at: sanamasroorshah@gmail.com

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