In countries like India, British used this term to mark the difference between the local languages and everyday use and English. This term is generally used to refer to a local language or dialect as distinct from what is seen as the standard language.
  • a)
    Colloquial
  • b)
    Jargon
  • c)
    Vernacular
  • d)
    Slang
Correct answer is option 'C'. Can you explain this answer?

UPSC Question

Jai Pal
Aug 12, 2021
Vernacular
, Explanation: British considered English as the language of the imperial masters and said that knowledge of East was full of errors and unscientific thought. So for local languages they used the term vernacular.

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