Indori angrezi in foreign tongue

A group of Australian and Canadian students who are in the city for a study tour are attracting an audience with a unique hobby of reproducing accents they picked up during their journeys across the world.
In short span of time, the students have picked up intricacies of local English and can mimic a hardcore Indori – with the a’s and o’s, aa riya’s and jaa riya’s amalgamating in the foreign tongue. The ninth grade students of Ivanhoe School, Melbourne and Appleby College, Canada, who are here at Daly College for pursuing a 10-day certificate course on cultural heritage of India, leave their audience wide-eyed with exact replication of Americans, Chinese and the British. The students found the English accent used in different countries amusing.

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