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Consequently, first language speakers of English and those who received private English education secured privileged positions in multinational corporations and banks, for instance.
For all its users and uses, then, English in Sri Lanka is incredibly politically charged.
Your Guide to Sri Lanka: ● Sri Lanka Page ● Culture & Identity - Food, Dining, & Drinks - Ethnicity, Language, & Religion - Social Life - Architecture ● History ● Geography, Weather, & Wildlife ● Blogs Despite the two large native languages on the island, English is the most commonly taught second language as both native Sinhala and Tamil speakers often learn English and use it as a means of communication between themselves.
English is also the most common language of communication in the government.
In Colombo, Sinhala and English are predominantly used and younger generations can't speak Sri Lanka Malay.
As for Sri Lanka Malay spoken on Slave Island, it has been strongly influenced by Tamil.To be sure, both acts participate in a process of decolonization, specifically through the active opposition to colonial language and the reassertion of native languages in planning and policy as part of the project to establish independent national identities.But they also strike against each other, aiming to deny paritylegally and sociallybetween the countrys residents of differing ethnicities and social positions.In fact, the target English appears to remain its standard form for a majority of the countrys residents.With the private sector economy expanding exponentially since opening to foreign investment in 1977, English superseded university degrees to become the prime qualification for financially attractive positions.Sinhala held this position until 1978 when a legislative amendment reversed the 1956 Act and once again acknowledged Tamil as an official language.