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Article Singlish MV draws FLAK
By: JOCELYN LEE,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (MOVIES, MUSIC & MAKAN)  19/08/2015
by portraying Singlish in the context of supercars and a private jet. It has now been made private. The MV, Lingo Lingo, which stars popular Ah Boys to Men actor Tosh Zhang and singer-actor Bunz, was made by J Team Productions to promote a local one-hour SG50 featurette Lingo Lingo Where You Go, a short film celebrating Singlish. J Team received   (610 words)
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Article Singlish all abuzz
By: BOON CHAN, BRINA TAN,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (FEATURES LIFE)  22/05/2016
English for Singlish. Mr Goh, 61, says: "Not everyone who speaks Singlish can also speak English. There are those who think Singlish is English. Others habitually use ungrammatical, fractured English." An example: "Can you off the light" is bad English, while "Turn off the light, leh" is Singlish. Some students think using Singlish would add   (1493 words)
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Asia News Network Singlish all abuzz
By: BOON CHAN THE STRAITS TIMES,   The Nation (Thailand)  The Nation (Thailand)/Asia News Network  (THE NATION)  22/05/2016
for Singlish.   Goh, 61, says: "Not everyone who speaks Singlish can also speak English. There are those who think Singlish is English. Others habitually use ungrammatical, fractured English."   An example: "Can you off the light" is bad English, while "Turn off the light, leh" is Singlish.   (639 words)
Article Singlish: Friend or foe?
By: SUMIKO TAN,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (LIFE FEATURES)  05/06/2016
pro-Singlish and anti-Singlish camps have strong views which they have voiced loudly over the years. Proponents see it as something unique that binds the different cultures and gives Singaporeans an identity. Interestingly, many can switch effortlessly from fluent English to Singlish and I have yet to come across anyone advocating Singlish as a   (1119 words)
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Article Challenge translating Singlish
By: AKSHITA NANDA,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (LIFE ARTS)  07/03/2017
The Studios Translating a Singlish play into Mandarin is one of the biggest challenges director Nelson Chia has faced in more than 20 years of making theatre. His Mandarin adaptation of Fundamentally Happy runs from March 16 to 19 and kicks off the experimental The Studios season programmed this year by Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay. Chia's   (639 words)
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Online Unnecessary to promote Singlish
The Straits Times Online  The Straits Times Online  (FORUM)  14/03/2017
March 2017 19:42:16 It is good to introduce a new double-decker bus with improved features, but it is unnecessary to promote the use of Singlish along with it (Singlish signs on new bus, can or not?; March 14). Singlish is used by people in Singapore who have missed the opportunity to master proper English. It is essentially English with Chinese syntax   (132 words)
Article Singlish makes it to Oxford
The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (LITTLE RED DOT)  20/09/2016
UP FRONT WITH ... Innovative Did you hear that some Singlish words are now listed in the Oxford English Dictionary? Definitions of words such as "atas", "char kway teow", "kopitiam" and other Singaporean terms are in the 132-year-old resource. It makes me very excited to see phrases that I use every day informally with my friends recognised   (205 words)
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Article Singlish nothing to be ashamed of
The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS)  23/05/2016
VOCAL YOUR SAY SINGLISH VS ENGLISH FROM READER NURUL NABILA AZMAN I refer to reader Manoraj Rajathurai's letter, "Singlish in OED: Is This Something To Be Proud Of?" (The New Paper, May 16). I vehemently disagree with its line that "Singlish is simply an excuse for those unable to master the English language". I was appalled.   (322 words)
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Article SINGING OUT LOUD IN SINGLISH
By: JOCELYN LEE,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (MOVIES, MUSIC & MAKAN)  19/08/2015
Lingo Lingo: "Steady Pom Pi Pi to that Eh Wah Eh Wah Eh Wah" "Can you hear our echo, Louder than the Lambo, Represent who we are, close to my heart" "I love my Singlish, just like my Ferrari, and my Mee Rebus, Teh Peng and Curry" "We are the people, the world should know, Hashtag, #StyloMilo, Enjoy our show" "Wassup Leh Lah Loh, This   (79 words)
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Article Singlish impedes mastery of English
The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (FORUM)  27/05/2016
"alarmist" for me, and perhaps even the authorities, to think that Singlish would displace Standard English ("Singaporeans know right time, place for Singlish"; yesterday). As a teacher of English, I am concerned about the threats undermining the use of Standard English in schools, of which Singlish is but one. Our young need to be taught proper, functional   (319 words)
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